Sorare U23 Goalkeepers – South America

This article discusses Sorare U23 goalkeepers, goalkeeper is usually the biggest barrier to entry as you are paying a premium. This article discusses some of the brightest prospects in South America and the chances of them getting game time. These players are by no means guaranteed to become number 1s; buy at your own peril but they are most definitely bright prospects.

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Matias Borgogno – Velez Sarsfield – Sorare U23 Goalkeepers

Matias Borgogno is currently 3rd in the pecking order at Velez with two very strong GK’s ahead of him. His opportunities at Velez are more or less zero at the moment; however Borgogno is actively trying to go out on loan. A proposed move to Godoy fell through just before the season started.

I think he leaves on loan in the next 6 months or possibly permanently. His last start came nearly 18 months ago. He has the pedigree to play at the highest level in Argentina; he will need to leave in order to fulfill his potential.

There may be an opportunity for him to move up the pecking order and get some game time in the domestic cup of Copa Libertadores but this depends on if the new Velez manager (who was appointed last week) likes him.

Tomas Durso – Gimnasia – Sorare U23 Goalkeepers

Tomas Durso is currently the number 2 for Gimnasia, Rodrigo Rey is the current number one and he won’t be displaced unless he has an awful run of form or gets injured. With Nelson Insfran moving on this January it has opened up the number 2 spot for Durso.

He has made 2 starts so far for the first team in the last 12 months which means he does have some senior experience. Realistically it will need an injury to Rey or a serious drop in form for Durso to get some game time.

Vinicius Machado – Ceara – Sorare U23 Goalkeepers

Vinicius Machado is currently 2nd / 3rd choice for Ceara; he is a talented GK who proved he has what it takes to play at the highest level in Brazil last season. Machado put in a stellar performance against the would to be champions Minerio with Ceara coming away with the 3 points; mainly down to Machada’s heroics in goal.

Currently sitting behind Richard and Joao Ricardo he’s one that could get opportunities if he can nail down the 2nd Gk spot in the squad. The Ceara manager does like to rotate his GK’s.

Matheus Donelli – Corinthians

Donelli definitely has the most potential of any of the Gk’s on this list; already number 2 to club captain Cassio at Corinthians Donelli has been linked to clubs across Europe notably Arsenal being one of those.

Donelli has already started a match in Serie A, he has also been picking up minutes in the state championships in the lead up to the start of the Brazilian season.

Corinthians will be participating in the Libertadores this year; I’d expect Donelli to make a couple of starts with their packed schedule Corinthians will be playing 7 games between 6th April and the 1st May.

Diego Romero – Universitario Deportes

Diego Romero has the most senior experience of any GK on this list; he’s currently the number 2 at Universitarios behind club captain Jose Carvallo. He has a total of 9 senior starts, his most recent being just before the international break.

He is currently covering for the injured Carvallo but he is the successor to Carvallo’s throne; Carvallo’s contract does expire at the end of the season. Information is very difficult to get out of Peru but it looks like Romero could be their number 1 in the next 12 months.

I’d expect Romero to be the Peruvian national team GK and will probably move to a strong South American club in the next 3-4 years.

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