The peace that the Professional League brought to Boca seems to be fading. Here’s that the inevitable happened and the bombing at Brandsen at 805 took place: Agustin Rossi talks with one of the best clubs on the planet to be free.
Goalkeeper Xeniz’s performance earned him his citation in the Argentina national team. His level, added to his delicate contractual position, was not going to go unnoticed in the football world. From Brazil he told Rossi has “advanced his arrival at Flamengo as a free agent”, Journalist and producer German Garcia Grova picked it up.
The brand new champion Carioca team of the Copa Libertadores is set to chat about making it all out in January. But logically he will not offer much money if Rossi reaches zero cost in six months.
Undisputed figure of Boca champion 2022 He has a contract until the middle of 2023. For several months the leadership wanted to extend the goalkeeper’s contract, but they were unable to come to terms with the numbers and terms they wanted from the other side.
Agustin Rossi has upgraded his arrival as free #flamengoas advanced @venecasagrande
Five-year contract for goalkeeper.
️’s messenger #fla will travel to
they want to talk #boca to attempt to sign it from 1/1/2023
️ which @CLMerlo pic.twitter.com/8qlyPnFWOJ
— German Garcia Grova (@GerGarciaGrova) November 9, 2022
At first, darts between the parties cools down negotiations and casts doubt on Rossi’s future in Boca. President George Amoro Amil assured that they were not going to “mortgage the club”. From the numbers that the representative is intended to represent.
Over the course of several games, Boca fans took the side of the goalkeeper and chanted his name out loud. On the other hand there was nothing more than the Football Council under the command of Juan Roman Riquelme.
With the championship title achieved on the closing date, the goalscorer’s renewal hopes were high; However, now Rossi can remain without activity until the middle of next year…
Agustin Rossi entered the pre-list of the Argentina national team