Last-minute dealings

On the eve of the Clausura, Argentine clubs have been trying to get through one or two last-minute deals, with Independiente finally signing Freddy Grisales after much coming and going, and Andrés D'Alessandro and Maxi Moralez being unveiled at their respective new (or in Moralez's case, old) clubs. Arsenal de Sarandí, though, have pulled off... Continue Reading →

Back to where he came from?

Yesterday, HEGS reported that Andrés D'Alessandro's move to San Lorenzo from Real Zaragoza was all but done. On Thursday, it fell through after the clubs failed to agree a fee. And guess who might be sweeping in to pick up the pieces and bring the player back home? The club of his boyhood, that's who:... Continue Reading →

D’Alessandro moves closer

Two transfers involving Argentine players are moving towards a definition at the moment, the more solid-looking being Andrés D'Alessandro's transfer from Real Zaragoza in Spain to work under his former manager Ramón Díaz with San Lorenzo. Ezequiel Garay, the Racing Santander defender, could be on his way to Barcelona - or Lyon, or Real Madrid.... Continue Reading →

Rivals for attention

Andrés D'Alessandro has already expressed an eagerness to return home to Buenos Aires for a six-month loan spell, in order to keep match-fit and playing first-team football, since he's not being considered regularly for the starting lineup at Real Zaragoza. His former club River Plate were his preferred destination, but Ramón Díaz, who was in... Continue Reading →

Not budging

Juan Román Riquelme and Andrés D'Alessandro are recent favourites on either side of the River - Boca divide, and there's been talk on Wednesday that either or both of them may be on the way back home soon. It seems, however, that for now, that won't be happening. Riquelme admitted he's not prepared to sacrifice... Continue Reading →

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