Transfer latest: All the up-to-date talk & deals from the market


The transfer window is already open for business and Argentine clubs are wheeling and dealing ahead of the new season. Keep up to date with all the latest deals here…

Saturday July 14th

Damián Musto becomes the latest Argentinian to join newly promoted Huesca’s ranks. The midfielder had been linked to River Plate and Racing in recent months but now gets to test himself in La Liga.

Aldosivi complete the triple transfer of Matías Pisano, Federico Gino and Leandro Sapetti.

Friday July 13th

After a year at Independiente, Jonás Gutiérrez has returned to Defensa y Justicia for a second spell.

After rescinding his contract at River Plate, Ariel Rojas has completed his medical and signed for San Lorenzo. A useful and experienced addition for Los Cuervos.

Thursday July 12th

Never at one club for long, Santiago Silva is on the move again and after being released by Talleres, El Tanque is back at one of his many former clubs – Gimnasia. The 37-year-old striker signs a contract until 2019.

Argentinos Juniors were in need of attacking reinforcements after seeing Lucas Barrios and Nicolás González leave but Los Bichos have moved to bring in Junior Benítez on loan.

Defensa y Justicia complete another bit of business. 22-year-old midfielder Matías Rojas arrives from Cerro Porteño.

Belgrano add defender Matías Nani on loan from Roma after the 20-year-old spent last season at Temperley. Big shoes to fill at El Pirata after the sale of Cristian Lema.

With chances of first team action limited at Atletico Madrid, Axel Werner has joined Huesca on loan. Hopefully some useful experience for another possible future Argentina goalkeeper.

San Martín de Tucumán’s busy window preparing for life in the top flight continues as Nicolás Giménez comes in from Talleres. Manager Ruben Forestello knows the midfielder well from Nueva Chicago and is the latest new arrival at the club.
Lucas Diarte (Estudiantes), Marcos Figueroa (Temperley), Alberto Acosta (Almeria), Julian Vitale (Independiente), Rodrigo Moreira (Independiente), Emiliano Purita (San Lorenzo), Adrián Arregui (Temperley) and Tino Costa (San Lorenzo) all on board.

Wednesday July 11th

Udinese finally confirm the signing of goalkeeper Juan Musso from Racing Club. Rumours that the 23-year-old could go to Watford on loan for the season.

Tuesday July 10th


Boca president Daniel Angelici confirms Cristian Pavón has signed a new deal with a €50 million release clause; Lisandro Magallán’s move to Ajax is off; Nahitan Nández and Wilmar Barrios don’t look to be going anywhere and Boca are negotiating to bring Gerónimo Rulli in on loan.

VfB Stuttgart confirm their transfer of Nicolás González from Argentinos Juniors. The 20-year-old moves for around €8.5 million.

Monday July 9th

A good addition for Aldosivi as former Independiente and Huracán left-back Lucas Villalba arrives.

On the day that Sebastián Beccacece holds his first training session back at Defensa y Justicia, the club announce the signing of midfielder Lucas Villarruel from Olimpo.

Mauricio Pellegrino adds another Argentinian to Leganés as 18-year-old midfielder Facundo García comes in from relegated Olimpo.

Boca Juniors hoping to tie Cristian Pavón down to a new deal before the preseason trip to the United States that would see the Argentina forward’s release clause increased to $50 million.

Sunday July 8th

After the signing of Mauro Zárate, Boca were always going to need to sell and Walter Bou is heading out the door, on loan at least, Brazilian club Vitoria the destination.

Guido Carrillo has joined Leganés on loan for the season after his disappointing stint at Southampton.

Newell’s Old Boys have completed the signing of the wonderfully named Ze Turbo.

Boca are still hoping to add a new goalkeeper and while Nahuel Guzmán could prove too expensive, Daniel Angelici is said to be talking to Real Sociedad about the possibility of adding Gerónimo Rulli.

Former Lanús midfielder Nicolás Aguirre has cut short his time in China and signed for Spanish club Granada.

Friday July 6th

Huracán may have signed Saúl Salcedo (see below) but Hugo Nervo has left the club, signed by Liga MX side Santos Laguna after Boca’s had signed their captain Carlos Izquierdoz.

Atlético Tucumán add veteran striker Mauro Matos to the ranks.

Boca Juniors confirm the controversial signing of Mauro Zárate.

Sebastián Beccacece could be set for a return to Defensa y Justicia but meanwhile the club have confirmed the loan capture of two talented Independiente youngsters, Domingo Blanco and Gastón Togni.

Huracán finally completed the permanent signing of Paraguayan defender Saúl Salcedo. It’s understood El Globo paid around $2.8 million for the 20-year-old after his successful loan.


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