Tech & Science Report: Hackers steal Boca Juniors 519,000 euros

23:30  28 october  2020
23:30  28 october  2020 Source:   goal.com

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As a training club, the Boca Juniors benefited from the Paredes transfer to PSG. Now around a third of the money is apparently gone.

hackers have apparently stolen 519,000 euros from the traditional club Boca Juniors from Buenos Aires. This is what the Argentine medium Ole reports.

Accordingly, the money was part of the training compensation (a total of 1.5 million euros, should be paid in three installments) that Paris Saint-Germain transferred to Boca for midfielder Leandro Paredes.

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Paredes was in January 2019 from Borussia Dortmund's Champions League opponent Zenit St. Petersburg

in changed the French capital, PSG put a total of 40 million euros transfer fee for the Argentine on the table.

Leandro Paredes Boca Juniors © Provided by Goal Leandro Paredes Boca Juniors

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The midfielder was trained at Boca before he moved to Chievo Verona on loan in 2014, and AS Roma paid six million euros for Paredes' services a year and a half later. According to

Ole, the hackers have not yet been captured, and Paris is said to have transferred the lost money again. X1

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