Benedetto, Ábila, Zárate, Tevez, Pavón, Villa. Boca may be the team with the most aggressive power in Argentine football, which does not seem to be in doubt. However, with the Copa Libertadores goal between the eyebrows, Xeneize's leadership faced the search for another aggressor and the goal is Jan Hurtado.
Hurtado, 19, came to Gymnastics last August and immediately stood out. His first goal was coincidental against Boca for Copa Argentina (1-0), which meant the elimination of the Barros Schelotto team. Then he changed the River (2-2) to the fight that took Wolf in the final match.
Venezuelle also stood out for the luxury he set in a fight against Newell for the Superliga Cup and went viral. Taconeta, who also made his father Jan, consists of lifting the ball with his left heel and, in one go, he hit with the right slogan to pass over the opponent. The strange thing was that Nob's defender had no idea where the ball was …
What Boca can see in Hurtado is an aggressor with different characteristics than Benedetto / Abila, Tevez / Zárate and Villa / Pavón, which can be diagonal for the interior and exterior. And although sports director Nicolás Burdisso said several weeks ago that he was not one time to place bets, now they decided to go looking for Venezuela's tank that is a holiday in Europe.
In addition, the good relationship between Boca and Gymnastics could facilitate negotiations, considering that Wolf has rejected an offer of $ 5,600,000 from Sampdoria, Italy.
"I understand that from Boca they have contacted my representative. It would be great to play there," the president said a month ago, when advising him in the interest of the Alfaro team.
Venezuela and his partner on their holiday in Europe.
Hurtado and his partner, with the Eiffel Tower in the background, in Paris.