Talented midfielder from Argentina, Juan Roman Riquelme, back to Boca Juniors, after leaving the club last year.
"I never negotiate with Boca Juniors. Never discuss and talk to them. Never said I would not play again for Boca and would not come back," said Riquelme, early January.
That said though club based in La Bombonera Stadium back oust Carlos Bianchi, Riquelme's favorite coach.
Just last month from Riquelme statement. The midfielder who was nicknamed Slacker was finally rejoined the Boca for the third time.
Riquelme first joined Boca Juniors at age 18 in 1996. He contibute two Apertura trophies, Clausura champions plus two Copa Libertadores titles 2000-01.
In Boca, Riquelme played for six years before joining Barcelona.
He returned to Boca on loan in 2007, before leaving in 2012. In the second period with Boca, Riquelme donated two Apertura trophies plus the Libertadores champions 2007.