A foreign pass could inject the treasury of Boca Juniors an unexpected dollar amount in this passbook. is that the Uruguayan Rodrigo Bentancur is one step away from being transferred from the Juventus al Tottenham, of the Premier League, in 25 million euros (almost USD 28 million). And a generous percentage corresponds to Xeneize, who trained the 24-year-old midfielder for the Uruguayan team.
The pass would be made at 19 million euros plus six in variables. If you take into account that the Ribera club has signed with Juve that it must receive 30% of a sale, they would have around 7 million dollars left in their coffers, a not insignificant figure in any context.
In 2017, the steering wheel was sold to the Vecchia Signora in exchange for 9 million euros for 50% of the token, although said percentage of a future sale, according to the agreement, was decreasing over the years, until this 30% that will receive the Argentine cast. That is to say that, if everything closes as it is presented in Europe, Boca will have pocketed more than 15 million euros for Bentancur for the footballer.
Rodrigo joined the ranks of Xeneize in 2011, after passing a test. His official debut took place on April 9, 2015, against Montevideo Wanderers, for Copa Libertadores. He was just 17 years old. In his campaign in Boca He ended up playing 66 games, scoring one goal and providing two assists. In addition, he won three titles.
However, beyond his technique and his European profile, he had his ups and downs with the public from Boca, who coped with him and resisted him in stages. Already at Juve he became an important piece, adding seven Olympic laps and with a record of 181 games, three cries and 18 assists.
With his national team, he participated in two Copa América (2018 and 2021) and a World Cup (Russia 2018). The arrival of Bentancur, in turn, can sentence the departure of an Argentine from Tottenham Hotspurs: Young Lo Celso. The Albiceleste midfielder seeks continuity in the year of the World Cup and, although he has received offers from Milan of Italy and Lyon of France, his future seems close to returning to Spanish football, more precisely to Villarreal.