Roncaglia: "I come to add"

The club does not close the discharge chapter yet. There are still two players to go, an end that could be Robert Ibáñez, and a central.

Osasuna presented its latest addition, Facundo Roncaglia. The Argentine central arrives from Celta de Vigo, has signed for a season and the Pamplona club will pay the Galician 250,000 euros for his transfer.


The player was accompanied by the sports director, Braulio Vázquez who thanked him for accepting the Osasuna offer: " It comes to strengthen our defensive facet. It can play as central or as right or left side . It has been a very worked signing. We have to thank you for betting on our project, putting it ahead of others, even at the economic level. The other day He was called by a Champions League team of a great league and while sitting with us, without having signed, he decided to stay with Osasuna. ”

Roncaglia, who has already trained with his teammates, also highlighted his new team’s interest in getting him : "Braulio went to look for me in Vigo. He was convinced that it must be me. I greatly appreciate that effort. The project He convinced me ”. The Argentine already had Osasuna references: “ It is an intense team, which presses up. Last year they did very well. Mister likes good football and they have told me very well about the fans. I have played in Pamplona as a visitor and I know what it is ”. He also wanted to make it clear that: “I come to add. I am one more and I hope to be able to help from wherever I touch. I want to add minutes, but I have to convince the coach day by day and in the field. The continuity of Xisco, who has been a very important piece for the club is ruled out and the negotiations for Raúl Navas in neutral. There are still two players to go: Robert Ibañez (already tied) and a central. The Galician also said he does not expect there to be departures. 222222

The Reds returned to training to begin preparing the game that will measure Leganés on Saturday in Madrid. Rubén Gracía and Adrián trained outside the group although they evolved well from their respective discomforts.


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