Paris Saint-Germain midfielder Leandro Paredes is open to Boca Juniors move in the future.
The player wants more time at PSG after managing just 29 last season but the Argentine admitted that starting his career at his boyhood club meant a lot for him and would be open to returning to the club.
“When we won the Copa America, Roman called me to congratulate me and told me that he loved me very much. It would be a dream to return to Boca, but now is not the time, surely later,” Parades told Argentine-based station Radio Miter (via TNT Sports) about the conversation he had with the current second vice president of Boca Juniors Juan Roman Riquelme.
As many notable South American talents have done in the past, Paredes could very well return to his home country to finish off his playing days there.
Boca earlier this year wanted to sign Manchester United's Edinson Cavani but the Uruguayan made a U-turn by signing a new deal at Old Trafford.
Leandro Paredes: "We wanted Messi to have a title with the Argentina national team. I have never seen him look so happy after lifting a trophy. We took a weight off for Qatar but the best will be there. We want to get there in the best way possible." This via Super Mitre.— Roy Nemer (@RoyNemer) July 20, 2021