Pablo Mouche, colo Colo striker and former Boca Juniors, referred to the option for Chilean national coach Mauricio Isla to reach the ‘xeneize’ draw, ensuring that it would be a contribution. The battering ram albo had a conversation with the Argentine program ‘Boca de Selección’, of Radio AM 770, and there he gave his opinion on the possibility that the ‘Huaso’ arrives in the store ‘blue and gold’. Remember that Boca Vice President Juan Román Riquelme has as a priority the signing of Buin’s native.” I know Isla and I know what he can do. He is a player of experience, of selection, that can give a lot to Boca”, said the player who defended the popular Club TrasAndino from 2005 to 2006 and from 2007 to 2012.Isla and Mouche coincided when the first defended the ‘Red’ and the second to the ‘albiceleste’ at the South American Under 20 Championship in 2007. There, both selections qualified for the World Cup in Canada, a contest where the now-player Colocoline did not say present. On the other hand, the end that ends in December contract with the ‘Cacique’ left open the door to a third period in Boca. “I always say that the return has to be mutually agreed. I was close in 2013, 2014. I hope before I retire I have a chance to wear the shirt again,” he said. That experience of having worn the Boca T-shirt for me was very special. It was a club that gave me a lot, that trained me as a person, as a footballer, made me enjoy a lot of things,” he concluded.