Bragarnik asks for 1.8 million for the transfer of Marcone to Independiente

Bragarnik pide 1,8 millones por el traspaso de Marcone a Independiente

The soap opera between Iván Marcone and Independiente can end with a happy ending. The Elche midfielder wants to return to what he considers his home and the three-way negotiation between the footballer, the club and Christian Bragarnik continues to mature with the intention of reaching a meeting point. The problem, at the moment, continues to be the economic issue.

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Bragarnik asks to close Marcone’s pass two million dollars, half of what Elche’s ’23’ cost two years ago when he was bought from Boca Juniors. to the Argentine environment He has two seasons left on his contract. and the owner of Elche is not willing to let him out with the letter of freedom. Also, the player has a raised tile in Spanish football that will have to compensate in some way.

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The option that is handled In order to close the operation, it goes through a transfer with a purchase option at the end of the campaign. That clause could be mandatory, as Elche wants to put an end to this issue that has been talked about since the previous summer.

The coach of Independiente, Eduardo Domínguez, pressured the midfielder with some statements at a press conference that did not go down well with the footballer: “We know the kind of player he is and how he feels identified as a fan of the team, but when I wanted to go to a team I always went. I was in the First Division and when I wanted to retire in the Hurricane I dropped my contract five times to go to the National ‘B'”.

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Marcone left an enigmatic message in his Instagram stories in which he wrote, on a white background, “it’s not that way” and Bragarnik assured in La Red thate “This doesn’t bring you any closer and breaks all conversation time.” In TyC Sports, Daniel ‘Rolfi’ Montenegro wanted to put on hot cloths and stated that the Independiente coach only sought to “put pressure” and acknowledged that “he was a bit hard”. “I don’t know if he is closed because of Iván, but I love his fanaticism for Independiente. Domínguez loves him but Bragarnik himself said that he would leave for two million dollars. Marcone is a benchmark for what he wants from the club, but there is a barrier (the economic one),” he insisted. In fact, Independiente is one of the teams with the worst financial situation in Argentine football.


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