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11 Apr 2006
The possible exit of Aldo Duscher seems to be the source that Lendoiro will use in order to buy the reinforcements that the squad needs. The arrival of players in free transfers seems to be the other alternative. Names like Juan Rodr?guez, Albert Lopo and Pablo Alvarez continues to appear, and now one more name has been added: Diego from Porto.

According to the Spanish media, the sale of Duscher could be in a  €10 and €12 million fee to Deportivo. From this amount Lendoiro will try to use a big part in order to reduce the debt in the club, this mean a small part could be used to buy reinforcements. Sportpaper Marca and AS speculated yesterday that Depor's president wants to buy a new striker.

Marca didn't write any names, but AS speculates about the possible arrival of Diego Ribas da Cunha, Diego (21). The Brazilian and ex-Santos player is passing difficult times in Porto and the Madrilian paper believes that he wants to abandon Portugal. Porto paid €7 million in 2004 for Diego and AS is convinced that Diego could be transfer for a similar amount to Deportivo.

Other possible transfers that involves money are Fernando Belluschi and Marcinho. The South American players have been linked with Depor recently, but the Galician club needs to pay in order to sign them. It's impossible to incorporate the three of them and for that reason Lendoiro and Caparr??s will need to choose who they want to pick.

In any case the operations involving money seems difficult to fulfill due to the financial problems in the club. It has been also speculated that the arrival of reinforcements will only occur in those cases in which Depor isn't obligated to pay a dime. This situation includes the possible free transfers of Juan Rodr?guez, Albert Lopo and Pablo Alvarez. These three players end their contract in June and Depor is interested in their services.

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