San Lorenzo will not be able to add players in the next transfer window

After the departure of Rubén Insúa due to poor results in the Copa de La Liga Profesional that led to the arrival of Leandro Romagnoli, San Lorenzo suffered a new setback with the addition of three new inhibitions that will prohibit them from incorporating new players in the next transfer market. Despite the fact that the news circulated yesterday afternoon, the leadership of the Boedo institution was already aware of the case of Adam Bareiro, one of the most valuable players of the current squad, for which the debt amounts to US$600,000. On the Paraguayan footballer’s side, the club seems to have everything resolved already, but last Friday three new cases appeared on FIFA’s official website in which the sanctions for the non-compliance with the payment plan with Diego Rodríguez for US$490,000 are reported, another breach in the payment to Xolos de Tijuana for the “Torito”, for US$160,000, and a debt with Ferencváros of Hungary for Carlos Auzqui, which reaches US$140,000.From the sum of the three new cases, which amounts to US$1,400,000, San Lorenzo remains unable to incorporate players in the next market, a situation that can be reversed if it pays the total debt. To solve the problem and remove inhibition, the current management seeks to reach an agreement between the parties.

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