Thursday, May 16, 2019
The former University of Chile, Walter Montillo, confirmed that he has not received offers from River Plate or Boca Juniors, which opens the possibility to Universidad de Chile so that they can recognize the coveted signing of the player who defended the club between 2008 and 2010.
Universidad de Chile is not going through a good time, so Azul Azul's board is already looking for reinforcements for the second round of the championship. In that sense, an old acquaintance appears, Walter Montillo, the current Tigers player and who has always manifested his desire to return to "U".
Montillo denied offers from the big ones in Argentina, the reason why the university list sees even more feasible signing. "Neither River nor Boca has communicated with me or my representative, I don't know where it came from. We think it's a lie," the midfielder told FOX Sports Radio Argentina.
But if cadre led by Alfredo Arias wants to make the transfer, they must compete with Lanús, a club that would also seek the player's services. "Lanús has communicated with me, but no one else," he added.
He also had words about the damage that will keep him from semi-finals in the Argentine Cup against Atlético Tucumán, saying that "in the first ball I touched, I injured the adductor. At that moment I thought I was not leaving to "Don't lose a change. It's an overload on the adductor, but it's not to worry about. First, the game may not be, but the idea is to be in return".