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“217 million reais is worth all the best”; Selling a Flamengo idol becomes a last minute agenda at the suggestion of another realm


The scorer has become a great technical reference in Minghao

© Photo: Thiago Ribeiro / AGIF– Peter and Gabigol

Pedro that it Gabigol They are two idols and two great targets for Flamengo. Gabi, for many, is already the second greatest player in Mingao history, after only Zico. This is a debatable issue, as there are those who disagree with this statement. Pedro arrived at Mais Querido in 2020, after a quick visit to Fiorentina and was requested by Jorge Jesus.

Fla’s current No. 9 worked briefly with JJ and had to wait on the bench several times for a chance. Everything changed after the arrival of Dorival Junior last year: the coach immediately put Gabigol in attack and they both had a great season, winning two major titles. Brazilian Cup and the American Copa Libertadores.

Pedro was the top scorer in South America and the King of America. Thus, the striker appreciated himself very much and Tite decided to take him to the World Cup. The athlete’s participation was also good, given the few minutes spent at the World Championships.

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This left Pedro’s name more visible. On Thursday (11), Fla Web reported that A an offer in the middle of the year 40 million euros (217 million Brazilian reals at current prices). The interested club was not disclosed, but the article reported that one from Spain, one from Germany and one from England wanted the player.

Every day I see news of the proposal coming from Pedro. I’m afraid, but I think it will be imminent. He is our idol Worth all the best“, said a Mengo fan.

Flamengo and Pedro are happy with each other and to get them out of Javea must be something off the curve. Selling with entering the offer will be discussed between the two parties“, Said an excerpt from the report on the Fla Web portal.

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