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Argentine star Boselli a target for PL Clubs

August 21, 2009

He's the Boss

He's the Boss

It is understood that 24-year-old Argentine striker Mauro Boselli is a target for several Premier League Clubs.

Boselli helped current club Estudiantes to Copa Libertadores victory earlier this year, an achievement that has caught the eye of Managers in England. Boselli also finished top scorer in the tournament, with 8 goals, including the winner in the final against Brazilian side Cruzeiro.

Manchester City had been linked with a move for the striker earlier in the year, but now with the likes of Adebayor and Tevez at Eastlands, any renewed interest seems unlikely. However, as the transfer deadline nears the end, Bolton, West Ham, Hull, and Wigan are all deeply interested in securing his signature.

Boselli’s British representitive Barry McIntosh deems it only right that his client should receive such interest.

“Mauro is one of the best strikers in Argentina and it is little surprise there is such interest in him. We cannot go into detail at this point, but a move before the transfer window shuts does look possible.”

Boselli’s career record isn’t the best, but there’s still room to improve. Since making his first-team debut back in 2003 for Boca Juniors, Boselli has played 99 matches and scored 25 goals. That’s less than a goal every 3 games. However, playing in a higher standard of League, with better players may just give him the opportunity to shine. Whoever captures his signing will have acquired an excellent young player.

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2 Comments leave one →
  1. August 21, 2009 12:46 pm

    24 years old? He is likely to join West Ham United rather than Bolton and Hull.

  2. August 21, 2009 3:43 pm

    Well he speaks Spanish, so I think he’ll fit in the Liverpool team pretty well

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