Atento River: when does the transfer market open and close

With several names in the pipeline, the millionaire will have plenty of time to negotiate his additions for the second half of the year.

By Pablo Noya

05/23/2024 – 12:48hs ART

© Getty ImagesRiver will bring several new faces.

With just three more games ahead before the winter break arrives for the America Cup, River He is already thinking about the names that will arrive at the club and also those that will surely leave during the three months of negotiations.

Given the need to add hierarchy, in River They are calm since the Argentine soccer calendar maintains a very large transfer window compared to the rest. Open from June 1 to August 30, the market gives a lot of room to negotiate.

In this way, from the leadership of River They will advance in depth for several players starting next week to cover the four priority positions that they are targeting. After this, new names could arrive.

River looks for reinforcements. (Getty)

Why will the month of August be key for River?

With several cards in hand, River It has several foreigners in attendance despite the fact that it only has room for one of those signed up. Given this, in the Millionaire they expect Paulo Diaz Obtain your citizenship as soon as possible.

With the process already underway, from the leadership of River They are confident that the Chilean could release his quota at the end of July and beginning of August. For this reason, there is the possibility that a reinforcement of hierarchy will be added upon the market closure.

The positions that River will seek to reinforce in the transfer market

As it became known in recent days, in the Millionaire They aim to bring at least one player per line. With defense as a priority, The Millionaire is also looking for an all-terrain midfielder and one or two forwards.

Pezzella is River’s target
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