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Transfers: Camoranesi may be transferred to River

Camoranesi could join River Plate next season

After eight years, seasoned midfielder Mauro Camoranesi is leaving Juventus, and there is a chance that the Italian international would join Buenos Aires giants River Plate. At the completion of the 2010 World Cup, Camoranesi will reportedly decide where he will play next season after assessing his alternatives.

Camoranesi has drawn interest from a number of teams, including Lyon of France, Cruz Azul of Mexico, and River Plate of Argentina. He is anticipated to be a member of the Italian delegation in South Africa. Sergio Fortunato, the midfielder’s agent, said that Camoranesi wants to play for River and that Juventus has no plans to extend his current deal.

According to Fortunato, who spoke to Radio La Red, “He is a fan of River and he loves the thought of playing there.”

Given that Camoranesi has supported River since he was a little child and that he frequently expresses a desire to go back to Argentina, there is a significant chance that he will join them. The Argentine Apertura Championship is River’s first aim for the upcoming season, and they are also interested in Camoranesi.

David Trezeguet, a striker with French descent for Juventus, is another player River is keeping an eye on. Trezeguet is considering moving to Argentina after spending several years there with Juventus. According to the Argentine press, River is where he will most likely end up.



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