After the arrivals of Ezequiel Schelotto and Maximiliano Lovera, Racing it continues to be a protagonist in the pass market. While waiting to unlock the arrivals of Thomas Chancalay since Colon and of Aníbal Moreno since Newell’s, The Academy set its eyes on Nahuel Bustos, striker with past in Cordoba workshops currently working in the Girona, from Spain.
The 22-year-old attacker was bought by the City Group, owner of, among others, of Manchester City, and placed him on loan in the Spanish second division team. While there was still no official contact with his representative, there could be a breakthrough in the coming days. Since his arrival in the European cast, Bustos barely played 18 games between the league and the Copa del Rey, where he wrote down his only two goals, and they will try to convince him to return to the country to gain pace and not lose ground in the consideration of Fernando Batista for the Argentina Selection in the Olympic Games from Such.
Two good ones for Racing: negative swabs and Lovera’s first training session
After it was known Fabricio Domínguez’s coronavirus positive, The Academy carried out new tests on the footballers and Fortunately, all of them returned undetectable results. Further, Maximiliano Lovera, second reinforcement from the whole of Avellaneda, he trained for the first time with the rest of his teammates.
Racing debuts against Banfield on Friday
The Academy and the Drill will be the first to play in the new Professional League Cup. The team led by Juan Antonio Pizzi will visit those of Javier Sanguinetti, finalists of the Diego Armando Maradona Cup, on Friday February 12 from 7.15pm at the Florencio Sola stadium and with the arbitration of Nicolás Lamolina.