between so many twists and turns there were in Central During the pandemic in the reinforcements issue and more specifically in what it does to the forwards, the issue of 9 remains more alive than ever. Because of lowering the blind and not looking for more names, he went back to looking at players in that position. Of course, everything is subject to what happens to the future of Federico Martínez. Is that the possibilities that were reconsidered depend purely and exclusively on the possible departure of the Uruguayan. What’s more, the name of Darío Cvitanich as an alternative, even knowing how difficult it is. Is it a viable option? “The survey existed,” said one of the sources consulted. “It is complex, but we do not rule it out,” replied another. Of course everything will depend on whether Martínez continue or emigrate towards Independiente.
What is clearer these days is that, as already reported from these pages, in Central they are willing to negotiate for Federico Martínez. From there, a thousand conjectures can be opened, in the midst of some other certainties, such as that the door will be opened to the Uruguayan after having a possible reinforcement at hand, which could be Cvitanich, for which all the planets have to align.
Pit Cvitanich They don’t see it as the most drinkable alternative, but no one at Central dared to rule it out completely. Similarly, the context is not favorable for scoundrels. The attacker renegotiated his contract with Racing which culminates at the end of December (perhaps that is why someone thought it could be a drinkable name, but as of January) a short time ago, in which he agreed to lower his salary, just for the fact of continuing in the Avellaneda club to play the Copa Libertadores, even though it is clear that it will not be a priority for Rosario coach Sebastián Beccacece.
“The fact that Racing is playing Copa Libertadores is something that plays against Central, but the leadership is handling the name of Cvitanich”, An authorized voice, very close to the leadership of Arroyito. On the side of the Academia de Avellaneda they were also very cautious when they admitted that “it is very difficult that after renegotiating his contract so recently he decides to leave now.”
Sea Cvitanich or any other, the player in question must have certain scrolls and, yes, adapt to the economic terms that Central would propose in a hypothetical negotiation, which undoubtedly should be under the format of a loan.
The truth is that the search for a center forward returned to settle in Central, after practically giving up on hiring a player in that position and after the frustrated negotiations by Leandro Díaz first (the tip that most convinced the Kily González and that he signed for Estudiantes) and Juan Manuel García later.
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For some in Central, the situation with Federico Martínez and a possible replacement is similar to the one that occurred at some point with Fernando Zampedri and his possible sale also to Independiente. On that occasion the Bull did not leave because the leadership did not have time to look for a replacement for him. Now, although the room for maneuver is greater, the intention is to have a name at hand in case he leaves. Martínez.
But for the latter, Independiente has to make a specific offer to both Liverpool and Central, which is the club to which the player’s federative rights belong, which had not happened until Tuesday.
The departure of Marsínez would imply Central not paying the 750 thousand dollars agreed with Liverpool for the purchase of 30 percent of the Uruguayan’s pass, plus the player’s salary, although the arrival of someone on offense would also imply a cost, possibly lower, but cost finally.
The concrete thing is that the search for a 9, something that already seemed like an off-the-radar issue, was installed again.
Martinez statements that did not go down well
In the midst of the particular situation that you live with Federico Martínez, from Central they made the footballer notice the discontent generated by his statements to a partisan program of Independiente. That is why they spoke with the Uruguayan, to whom they raised this discomfort.
Martínez He spoke to a radio station last Sunday, where he said that the negotiation was not only on track (“much progress was made, I still don’t know if my rescission was closed”, were some of the words of the Uruguayan soccer player), but that he would gladly accept the challenge of play for the Avellaneda club. From Central they took note of the impact caused by those statements and hence the talk they had.
The Uruguayan always had a very low profile since he arrived at Central, from where they considered that these statements were inopportune.