Boca Juniors’  striker Ricardo Noir is the latest gem to emerge from the club’s prolific youth program that exported players in recent years like Fernando Gago, Ever Banega, and Carlos Tévez, .   After a thunderous start to his first-team career, he is now being looked at by various Spanish teams as a viable option or development project for any team that looks to have one of the top goalscorers of the future.


Although there was nothing confirmed, his agent mentioned in the Argentine media that talks are in the beginning stages for the Boca youngster. For many people in Argentina, Noir quickly became Boca’s heir apparent to Martín Palermo up front. He has been the only forward in the past decade to emerge with characteristics similar to the former Villarreal man.