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Wednesday August 10 2016
Milan close on Bentancur

Milan are stepping up talks for Rodrigo Bentancur and Boca Juniors Vice-President admits “it’ll be hard to keep him if the offer is over €10m.”

The Rossoneri are going all-in for the Argentine midfielder, who only turned 19 in June.

“With an important offer, it will be very difficult to keep hold of Bentancur,” Boca Juniors Vice-President Horacio Paolini told ESPNFC Radio.

“If the proposal is above €10m, it will be hard to keep him.”

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Saturday January 9 2016
Calleri: 'Bologna deal is done'

Despite Bologna claiming the contrary, Jonathan Calleri’s father continues to insist “it’s all done for a loan, then Inter have an option in June.”

The Boca Juniors striker is the subject of an increasingly confusing transfer to Serie A, via third party owners Stellar Group and Deportivo Maldonado.

“The transfer on loan for six months to Bologna is all done, it is a completed move,” insisted Guillermo Calleri on calciomercato.com.

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Thursday January 7 2016
Calleri 'flying in for Bologna'

Jonathan Calleri “will be in Italy within hours to play for Bologna and in June he could go to Inter,” said his father.

The Boca Juniors striker finally seems to be on his way to Serie A after weeks of negotiations.

“Jony would’ve stayed at Boca, but he will fly out to Italy within hours,” Guillermo Calleri told Radio Rivadavia in Argentina.

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Friday June 12 2015
Boca: 'Tevez talks this week'

Boca Juniors President Daniel Angelici will “start talks with Carlos Tevez, Juventus and his agent this week.”

Angelici has been saying for months that Tevez wants a return to his beloved Boca before his contract with Juve expires in June 2016.

The Argentine is currently taking part in the Copa America, so they see this as the perfect time to increase the pressure.

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Thursday May 21 2015
Palermo target Boca's Calleri

Palermo have a deal with Juventus for Paulo Dybala, so are turning their attention to Boca’s Jonathan Calleri.

The €40m transfer between cash, bonuses and players in exchange will be completed next week when Dybala has a medical in Turin.

Now the Sicilians must find a replacement and Sky Sport Italia are confident the prime target is Boca Juniors forward Calleri.

The 21-year-old has scored 13 goals in 37 competitive games this season, also providing six assists.

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