In the official accounts of his social networks, Estudiantes officially announced that Mauro Boselli signed his contract that will link him with the club in which he became champion of the Libertadores in 2009 until December 31, 2022. In this way, one of the Héroes del Mineirao, who held a press conference this afternoon and trained at City Bell under Ricardo Zielinski. Meanwhile, another who put the hook was the midfielder Hernán Toledo, who for a week had been working alongside the squad.
The truth is that the return of Boselli generates a lot of expectation among the fans, who today could hear from his mouth his joy at putting the red hair back on. “The sensations are the best” began the forward saying, who added: “There are a lot of memories that come to mind when entering the Country and arriving at the dressing room. They are all beautiful to remember. The best moments I lived come to mind in a minute ”.
“You are not a club player until you sign the contract. Due to protocols, I signed a little while ago, but after I spoke with Sebastián Verón I was calm and sure that he was going to be a student player again ”. When it came to talking about objectives, he said: “I come to be a starter, but one thing is that I come for that and another that later I have to earn it in the week. The team is and finished very well ”.
On the other hand, he stressed that “the forwards who are playing did very well” but he thinks that ownership “is won every day and not with the name and with everything he has done before at the club. That may give you a bonus, but no coach names a player by name but rather by how he can perform ”.
When they asked him about his retirement (he arrived at 36 years old), he did not hesitate to say that “the affection and love that I have with this shirt make me think that it would be something beautiful to finish my career in Students”, while maintaining that “as As the years go by and when that possible end approaches I do analysis every six months. I signed a one-year contract but I don’t know how much I’m going to play. It may be one, two or five more. That I am going to realize on a day-to-day basis. I always said the same thing: I’m going to stop playing when I feel like I’m no longer there to contribute to the team ”.
He also touched on what expectations he has about playing in the new stadium. In this sense, he stressed that “playing in a stadium that represents a lot for people is something that is transmitted and felt when entering the field. I felt it on the opening day. The vibe is different and to be able to play in a stadium that represents so much for the people of Estudiantes is spectacular ”.
Listen to the full press conference: