Rafael Santos Borre is being linked to FC Porto. The 24-year-old currently has one year remaining on his contract with River and may be on the move due to a combination of contractual factors. I could actually see such a move happening, given the Portuguese side's extensive history of acquiring young Colombian talent -- Falcao, James Rodriguez, Jackson Martinez, Guarin, Luis Diaz, etc. In the case that FCP presents an offer, it remains to be seen if they choose to negotiate with River or Atletico Madrid. Fernando Valenzuela, the 23-year-old Barracas Central forward who has been a regular member of the U-23 NT in recent years, has been offered to River. Gallardo has been keeping a close eye on him, but for now hasn't specifically requested they make a move. Gonzalo Montiel, who has been linked to West Ham, Valencia, Crystal Palace, Betis, Bayer Leverkusen, and other European sides, is now being mentioned as a possible Torino reinforcement. His agent admitted that River received (and rejected) a $15M offer for Montiel prior to the corona virus pandemic, but that nowadays it will be impossible to receive such a proposal "Antes del coronavirus la máxima oferta que había llegado por Gonzalo había sido 15 millones de dólares. Hoy, con todo esto de la pandemia, que llegue una oferta de esa cifra es imposible. Cuando haya una oferta oficial, River me la transmite y hablamos. Están abiertos a escuchar. Depende de River. En algún momento, si había algo alrededor de 15 millones, lo dejaban ir. Hoy ese número es imposible. Cualquier oferta que venga va a ser bastante menor que eso. Hoy 8 millones es una buena oferta." Matias Moya's loan with Banfield has come to an end, although his future is uncertain since he won't be in Gallardo's plans. Alan Picazzo (Villa Dalmine), Zacarias Moran Correa (Chacarita), Ivan Rossi (Colo Colo), and Joaquin Arzura (Huracan) are all in the same situation. Luciano Lollo is practically set to renew his loan with Banfield for another year. Lanus want to retain Carlos Auzqui, but are unwilling to pay the $3,000,000 buyout clause. Since Gallardo doesn't have him in his plans, the two sides are negotiating a potential new loan deal. However, since Auzqui's contract is set to expire in June 2021, River will look to extend his deal until 2022 first in order to not lose him on a free transfer at the end of the season in the case he does well.. No official confirmation on Jorge Moreira's situation with the Portland Timbers (his loan is set to expire next month and Portland haven't activated his buyout clause), although it is being said that FIFA may prolong contracts for six months due to the pandemic, meaning he may remain on loan until the end of the year. In the case Moreira returns to River, he was originally going to be ineligible to play due to all 6 foreigner slots being occupied. However, it appears Borre and De La Cruz are on the verge of being nationalized, meaning River will soon be able to add 2 more foreign players to the squad if desired. Nahuel Gallardo (Defensa y Justicia), David Martinez (Defensa y Justicia), and Tomas Andrade (Argentinos Juniors) will all remain on loan with their respective clubs til June 2021. Augusto Battalla (O'Higgins) and Maxi Velazco (Cobreloa) are on loan in Chile until the end of the year. In the case of Velazco, Cobreloa are looking into the possibility of buying the 25-year-old's transfer now since it could save them some money in the long run ($625,000 buyout clause if bought before June, $850,000 by December) Surprisingly (or maybe not), River maintain a €2,500,000 debt with Karpaty (Ukraine) for the transfer of Jorge Carrascal. A bit alarming, since this means River haven't submitted any payments since the acquisition of his original loan. It is worth noting that Juventus, Fiorentina, and Ajax have all been linked with the 22-year-old Colombian.