February 28, 2024

He admitted to the Argentine press that it was about Europe: Rossi is sincere in accepting a project at Flamengo


The new Rubro-Negro goalkeeper explains strategy when moving to Team Rio and commands the caddy

Photo by Marcelo Indelli/Getty Images - Rossi admits to going to Flamengo
© Getty ImagesPhoto by Marcelo Indelli/Getty Images – Rossi admits to going to Flamengo

Flamengo fans began to worry about the club’s moves in the transfer window. After closing in on a deal with De La Cruz and Allan, the duo could surprise negatively and move away from Rio de Janeiro. River Plate and Atletico MG are making it difficult to confirm deals, even as the two athletes show they want to don the holy mantle. In contrast, of the reinforcements already announced, One has just explained why he chose Rubro Negro.

Rossi and Brazil level

In a conversation with the Argentine press, goalkeeper Rossi explained the reasons why the teams decided to go to Flamingo. According to the athlete himself, in addition to the living conditions that he can provide for his family, The level of Brazilian football also had a great influence. The goalkeeper admitted that the Brazilian top flight managed to get a higher level than the Superliga Argentina by recruiting more players from Europe.

“I chose Flamengo because of the closeness to my son who was born in October. It was a family decision, it’s a tournament like ours, Brazil is a little better because they bring players from Europe at a good level”Goalkeeper Rossi explained to ESPN Argentina.

PHOTO: Thiago Ribeiro/AGIF – Matheus Cunha is currently a Flamengo player

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When Rossi signed the contract with Flamengo, the club was experiencing instability in his position. Santos, who distinguished himself in 2022, has not been in good shape since the beginning of the year, and even lost his position to the disclosure of the rule of Matheus Cunha. After leaving Boca Juniors, Agustin Rossi was loaned out to Al Nasr and kept fit before going to Mais Querido. Now, settled in Rio de Janeiro, the Argentine can finally write his story to Rubro Negro.

Tiago Soares, 23, is from Rio de Janeiro and grew up in Rio de Janeiro, RJ. Passionate about sports, with a focus on football and major events. Professionally with traffic on websites about tourism, personal finance, communications consulting, and favela journalism. You can follow my sports coverage here on Bolavip and on social networks with user @naredecomthigo.