It would be fair to say that transfers to Europe for Jonathan Calleri and Hernán Toledo haven’t gone accordingly to plan since leaving Boca Juniors and Vélez Sarsfield respectively but both will get another chance this season with La Liga club Las Palmas confirming their arrival.
Calleri’s complicated third-party ownership with Uruguayan club Deportivo Maldonado saw the 23-year-old endure a frustrating season on-loan with West Ham United, scoring only once while Toledo has spent the past six months back in Argentina with Lanús after Fioretina made it clear opportunities in Serie A would be limited.
Las Palmas have been linked to the pair for a number of weeks but stated on Tuesday via the official website that Calleri and Toledo would be signing on initial loan deals.
Calleri y Toledo llegarán mañana en torno a las 9.00h al Aeropuerto de Gran Canaria, en un vuelo procedente de Madrid. pic.twitter.com/62WsZaHHdC
— UD Las Palmas (@UDLP_Oficial) July 11, 2017