June 25, 2022
Corinthians launches the duo to Cuiabá, preserves economic rights and increases departures |  Corinthians

Corinthians launches the duo to Cuiabá, preserves economic rights and increases departures | Corinthians

the Corinthians On Thursday evening, he confirmed the release of two other players who were under contract with the club. Strikers André Luis and Marquinhos ended their relations and closed their relations with Cuiabá.

Timão retained part of the duo’s economic rights. In the case of André-Louis, the club will continue with 25% of the 50% earned by the player. Already with Marquinhos, the Corinthians announced that it would retain 30% and would continue to receive monetary compensation For sale – amount not disclosed.

Andre Luis, 24, was on loan at Atlético-GO, while Marquinhos, the same age, was part of the Corinthians in 2021, but with few chances with coach Sylvinho.

Marquinhos left Corinthians for Cuiabá – Photo: Rodrigo Coca/AG. Corinthians

He played the first five games only with Timao. The second, a breeder from the base of venegra, took part in 11 matches.

with versions, and Corinthians The number of releases is increasing this year. So far, the club has already decided to leave one more team of players.

Last Tuesday, Timao confirmed the loan of striker Gunderson to Grêmio and the sacking of midfielder Sornoza. The Ecuadorean closed with Independiente del Valle, but remained with part of the rights associated with cOrinthians.

Andre Luis was defending Atletico Joe – Photo: Bruno Corsino / ACG

On Wednesday, it was time to announce Richard’s departure for Ciara – 35% of his rights were with the former club.

The return of Mateus Jesus to Ponte Preta has already been officially announced, who will also be with defender Leo Santos and attacking midfielder Vesin, all on loan.

Other deals are already underway, but they have not yet been announced: Vitinho will play for Vasco, Matthews Alexander will follow with Curitiba, Dafoe will be transferred to São Bernardo and Caetano will defend Goias.