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12 million Brazilian riyals on the agenda of Palmeiras, and Leila is in negotiations to sell the striker to Portuguese football.

12 million Brazilian riyals on the agenda of Palmeiras, and Leila is in negotiations to sell the striker to Portuguese football.

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The striker is outside the plans of coach Abel Ferreira and his coaching staff

Photo: Cesar Greco / Palmeiras
Photo: Cesar Greco / Palmeiras

With a show by Gustavo Gomez and Rooney – who finally scored his goal on a bike – a Palm trees Beat Cerro Porteno 5-0 at Allianz Parque, and will be the opponent of Atletico Mineiro in the quarter-finals of the Copa Libertadores da America; Breno Lopez also left his mark on the match. The confrontation between Paulistas against Mineiros in Mineirão will begin in early August and the decisive duel will take place in São Paulo the following week.

The good news for Palmeiras fans doesn’t stop there. Verdau is on the verge of getting rid of a striker not in coach Abel Ferreira’s plans for the future: Evan Angulo. The Colombian hired by Alexandre Matos at Verdao has not worked out and has already been loaned to some clubs, including Cruzeiro and Botafogo in Brazil, as well as Portimonense from Portugal.

I love the Portuguese striker. So much so that after the athlete’s loan expires on June 30, the Portimonense board is already negotiating with Leila Pereira to extend the Colombian’s contract. Talks are going well, but it is the values ​​of the negotiations that are holding up the agreement so far.

According to the gate fans.comPalmeiras intends to sell the player. However, Portimonense considers the value of acquiring the economic rights of the 24-year-old to be high.. The idea of ​​the board is to get an amount close to what was spent, but the Portuguese consider the amount of the operation to be high and do not think to pay this amount. No matter what happens in the conversations, the athlete is surely out of the plans of the coaching staff at Abel Ferreira.

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