The former River Plate player could cost 18 million euros to the Luz club.
The Argentine footballer Enzo Fernández said today he is coming to Benfica to be “champion”, ensuring he has the quality and conditions to “triumph” at the Lisbon club, who signed him from River Plate. “The goal is to be champion, grow day by day and help my teammates. I am very happy to represent Benfica,” the 21-year-old midfielder told reporters upon arrival at Lisbon airport, where he appeared accompanied by the sporting director of the Eagles, Rui Pedro Braz.
The athlete from River Plate defined himself as a player “technically good, with vision of the game and quality of passing”, and that could fit the profile of the game of the new coach of Benfica, the German Roger Schmidt. “I haven’t spoken to him yet, but I know his work,” said Enzo Fernández, who arrives at Luz for 10 million euros, plus eight million for goals, with the ‘incarnados’ owning 75 percent of his pass.
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