Independiente yesterday was left without its captain, Silvio Romero, who will leave for a year on loan to Fortaleza, Brazil, led by Argentine coach Juan Pablo Vojvoda to play the next Copa Libertadores, but simultaneously he managed the continuity of the Uruguayan goalkeeper Sebastián Sosa, who will renew for one year on a free basis.
The complicated economic situation of Independiente had chosen in the interest of the Cordoba to move away from the team of which he is his maximum reference, scorer and favorite of his fans, and that possibility finally materialized this Thursday.
Sosa, go on.
At first Romero was wanted by Ceará, which finished eleventh in the last Brasileirao and therefore will play the South American Cup this year.
But the Cordovan Vojvoda, former technical director of Newell’s Old Boys, Defensa y Justicia, Huracán, Tallares, from Córdoba and Unión La Calera, from Chile, moved quickly, alerted the managers of Fortaleza and they ended up taking him to reinforce with goals to the set of the Brazilian north.
On the other hand, Sosa managed to disassociate himself today from Mazatlán, from Mexico, which was the owner of his pass, and for that reason he will renew his contract with Independiente until December of this year, but already as a free player.