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Who and how does Matias Rojas play, the future signing of Corinthians |  Corinthians

Who and how does Matias Rojas play, the future signing of Corinthians | Corinthians

a Corinthians He has agreed a pre-contract with Paraguay midfielder Matias Rojas and will receive his first reinforcement in the second half from 1 July. But, in the end, what are the main characteristics of the 27-year-old, who has caused repercussions for Timão’s fans on social networks?

Rojas is a left-handed midfielder, with the ability to play with personality “hook” (sock-link, in the adapted translation of Portuguese) Central and also open on the right, to be able to play more forward in attack. He arrived at the Argentine club in 2019.

At the time, Rojas was recommended by Eduardo Coudete, coach of Atlético MG and formerly in charge of Racing. The 23-year-old had already played for Argentina’s Lanus and Defensa e Justicia, both of whom are on loan from his home club Cerro Porteño of Paraguay.

Matias Rojas, Racing No. 10 – Photo: Getty

Matthias has 122 appearances and 24 goals with Racing since 2019.

Given his position, he can compete with Adson, Giuliano, Barletta, Romero and even make up for any absence of Renato Augusto, although he has been doing better openly in recent years.

Happy in Argentine football, Paraguay is adapting more and more to the style of football in the country and there are those who say that he reached his best precisely in the first half of that year. who said the General Electric Nicolás Montalla, Argentinian journalist and sector manager at Racing for the Welcome.

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Rojas is a Paraguayan national footballer. For example, he is likely to be called up by Paraguay in their next FIFA date.

There were seven goals in the class, one of which was against Nublense, who ended up being nominated for the Puskas Award, by FIFA, because he made from midfield. However, he was suffering from edema in his right ankle bone. Since then, he has ended up going downhill in the club.

Matias Rojas kicks in front of midfield and scores a great goal for Racing

On the last day 4, he missed a penalty kick against Banfield and was substituted at the start of the second half in the duel valid for the Argentine Championship. Booed by those present, he even said (without covering his mouth with his hands) that the boo should be for President Victor Blanco.

A little mischief for both sides in a relationship that was very positive, but it ends in a somewhat unexpected way, especially for Race, who has paid the player and will take nothing in return before his contract expires.

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