Midfielder who was named the 2018 South American Player of the Year for his performances with Argentinian Primera Division side River Plate. He helped lead the club to a 2018 Copa Libertadores title before transferring to the MLS' Atlanta United in 2019.
He trained in the Huracan youth academy until 2011. He then made his debut for the side's senior squad that year.
He won the Copa Argentina with River Plate in both 2016 and 2017. He also won the Supercopa Argentina, Recopa Sudamericana, and Suruga Bank Championship titles during his tenure.
He was originally born and raised in Guaymallén, Mendoza, Argentina.
He and Rafael Santos Borré have played as teammates for River Plate.