With the transfer market still frenetic, Corinthians and Flamengo could play a classic away game in Brazil.
a flamingo He managed to achieve an important victory over Botafogo and relieve the pressure a little after he failed against Atlético MG in the Brazilian Super Cup on penalties. Coach Paulo Sousa celebrated grandly the three points against his opponent, the first positive result against a Serie A team in 2022. The captain stressed the importance of winning in the classics for the remainder of the season.
“All matches are important to win, especially when we have new operations. The wins in the classics, the derby…it helps because it gives consistency and convictions. And we were able to connect, for me, which is very important, to have a synergy with the nation.” This kind of victory is undoubtedly necessary“Gringo said.
outside the field, The administration continues to search for reinforcements, which can add quality to the Portuguese team, especially in situations that are considered deficient. One of my favorites after Cibulinha negotiations “melted”, is Diego Rossiwhich are already in talks, but the parties involved have yet to reach an agreement.
The problem is that with recruitment Vitter Pereira, Corinthians entered the fray for the striker, as published by the “UOL Esporte” portal. Still behind some chops in the transfer market, the proximity to gringo could facilitate the agreement, but the people of São Paulo know that the Turks will play hard in a possible negotiation, either on loan or permanently, because they have paid a hefty sum for the reinforcement attack.
It is important to remember that Uruguay made a special mention by the Corinthian coach at the start of the season to the Europeans., coming from Los Angeles FC on loan with a mandatory purchase for 6.5 million euros. The promise is a “Brazilian Classic” by the player, who could end up changing the atmosphere and performance in Brazil.
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