The Boca Pass Market | The possible arrival of Benedetto with four players and five clubs
Day by day, Boca’s pass market grows in optimism due to the return of forward Darío Benedetto. Little by little, Xeneize advances in the negotiations and the good will both from the club and from the player’s side makes the destinations begin to approach. Beyond that -and knowing that they have yet to reach an agreement with Elche from Spain and Olympique de Marseille, a team that disputes the Francua league-, the truth is that there are some negotiations that could accelerate the return of Pipa, although not they are conditioning factors for their return.
These negotiations involve five clubs and four players, including Benedetto. The players, besides the Pipa? Lisandro López, Walter Bou and Iván Marcone. The clubs, in addition to Xeneize? Xolos de Tijuana, Defense and Justice, Elche and Olympique de Marsella. The detail, in addition, is that these negotiations could lead to Boca seeking to buy a part of Benedetto’s pass, instead of trying to obtain a loan.
How Boca Juniors could take advantage of the interest in Lisandro López and Walter Bou to accelerate the arrival of Darío Benedetto
In the first place, it should be mentioned that both Xolos de Tijuana and Defense and Justice are interested in adding Lisandro López and Walter Bou, respectively. In addition to this, both clubs have ties with Cristian Bragarnik, Darío Benedetto’s representative.
Specifically, although they are not necessary conditions for Benedetto to return to Brandsen 805, the truth is that facilitating the transfers of the defender and the forward to Mexico and Florencio Varela would also accelerate the operation for the Pipa. For now, the interest of both clubs for the current Boca footballers exists. To this we must add that López would not look down on a transfer that allows him to add more minutes since he seems to run from behind in the consideration of Sebastián Battaglia, while Bou does not seem to be directly in the plans of the DT of Xeneize.
A debt from Elche for Iván Marcone, another key in the Boca Juniors negotiation for Darío Benedetto
In the middle also appears Iván Marcone, a footballer who not only does not play anymore in Boca but has also recently been linked with Independiente, the club of his loves. The truth is that the footballer was transferred from Xeneize to Elche, a club that still owes a part of his pass that would be around two million dollars. Just Elche is another of the clubs in which Cristian Bragarnik has interference.
In this way, collecting Elche’s debt for Marcone would be a great step for Boca to negotiate directly with Olympique de Marseille, either for the charge of an assignment by Benedetto or directly to buy a percentage of his pass.
Boca, between buying from Benedetto or getting a loan
Initially, Boca Juniors’ idea was focused on obtaining a loan from Darío «Pipa» Benedetto, be it for a year or 18 months. However, if a loan is finally obtained, this would lead to the need for Pipa to renew its contract with Olympique de Marseille. It is that it ends in June 2023 and in France they do not want to know anything with the possibility of losing it free or that it returns being able to negotiate in freedom to leave six months later.
However, the aforementioned negotiations open the door to the chance that Xeneize will seek to buy a percentage of your pass. For now, the talks between Boca Juniors and Olympique de France continue their course and the parties are optimistic, although the conditions were not defined and there will be the key to everything.
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