Follow all the news of Colo Colo in the actual transfer market, updated until today, Monday, January 2. The white team experienced an earthquake with the message from Juan Martín Lucero and added a new headache for coach Gustavo Quinteros.
Two weeks before the Super Cup, a duel that marks the start of the 2023 season, at the Monumental they do not have any ‘9’ on the squad after Juan Martín de Lucero’s decision not to join, the complications with Leandro Benegas and the departure by Luciano Arriagada.
Colo Colo 2023: reinforcements, signings and who could arrive
Colo Colo will now focus all its efforts on signing a new striker this week. For days he has been in advanced negotiations with Leandro Benegas, but he will need a reinforcement of another level if Lucero’s departure to Brazil materializes. Daniel Morán’s sports management will begin to look at options in Argentina and South America, and folders from the past such as Gabriel Ávalos, Diego Churín, Diego Rubio, Wanchope Ábila, Cristián Tarragona, and Marcelo Moreno Martins are already refloating (information from Dale Albo).
In parallel, they are also looking abroad for a replacement for Gabriel Costa. Jaminton Campaz, a Colombian from Gremio, is an option but they are competing with an offer from Mexico. Before that, they played arlos Auzqui, Sebastián Palacios, Blas Armoa -who will finally continue in Tigre-.
Until today, they have arrived at the Monumental Ferdinand of Paulto the center Ramiro Gonzalezto the side Eric Wiemberg and behind the wheel matias moya. For Quinteros, at least two reinforcements are still missing and it is not ruled out that there are more requests.
Colo Colo 2023: casualties and who leaves
If Juan Martín Lucero leaves, he will join Luciano Arriagada -I would go to Athletico Paranaense-, Gabriel Costa (Lima Alliance), Óscar Opazo (Racing Club of Avellaneda) and Gabriel Suazo, who still hopes to close his first contract abroad. Omar Carabalí was another who left Pedrero to join Unión La Calera.