Five of them were new hirings for this season, as well as a player from the youth teams. Find out who.
At least six players will be leaving the Platense roster for the Metropolitano A tournament this season under the decision of their new manager, Roque Alfaro, as well of the new football board (Subcomisión de Fútbol)’s decision as well: the players to leave will be Agustín Cattaneo, Javier Carrasco, Cristian Tavio, Leandro Kuszko and Dante Zuñiga (all new hirings) as well as Platense-born Facundo Quiroz.
The most resounding case of all besides these will be that of Claudio Flores, the iconic uruguayan Platense goalkeeper that kept Atlanta out of the semis in 2013, and who has been contacted by the manager (Roque Alfaro) and assistants to be communicated that he would not be playing for the team anymore, though no release fee for breach of contract has been settled so far.
All of the players signalled through this communication are held as underperformers for the last season and have been under scrutiny for their performances.
There have also been some players such as Martin Peyrán, José Manuel Cáspary and Diego Molina who have intimated Platense to pay due unpaid wages, and their continuance at the Vicente Lopez would be under doubt at this point as well.