River rejects 12 million euros from Celta for Quarta

The Argentine club requests the 22 'kilos' of the clause of rescission of the power station, according to Olé. At 23 years old he has become indisputable with the 'millionaires'.


The Celtic bets strongly to strengthen its defense. According to the Argentine newspaper Olé, the Vigo entity has offered 12 million euros for Lucas Martínez Quarta, central of River Plate. A proposal that has been rejected because the Buenos Aires club demands 22 'kilos' of the rescission clause of the defender.

A 23 years old this versatile Argentine footballer, who can also act as a pivot, has become indisputable for Marcelo Gallardo. So far in 2019 he has played 28 games, all as a starter, and has scored two goals. 'El Chino' played last year 90 minutes in the first leg of the Copa Libertadores final against Boca Juniors, but did not participate in the return match held at the Santiago Bernabéu.

With David Costas and Néstor Araujo as the only center of the squad at the moment, the Celta is looking for two signings for the axis of the rear. The club decided not to offer the renovation to Gustavo Cabral, which has been incorporated into the Mexican Pachuca, and has several fronts open abroad. From A Sede they have also sent their interest to the Belgian Genk by the Ghanaian Joseph Aidoo.



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