Since the arrival of the new board of directors, the sport is no longer losing anything. Liao beat Chapecoense away from home and tied with Ciara over Ilha do Retiro. Four points were enough to take Robro Negro from the Z4 do Brasileirão. However, the new managers still have a lot of work to do to keep the Pernambuco team competitive and financially healthy. This is because in recent days, another player has shown an interest in leaving the team led by Umberto Lozer.
If Thiago Neves nearly left Recife claiming late wages among other mistakes from the previous board, now, who wants to leave the club is Iago Maidana. According to Globoesporte.com’s reporting team, the defender and midfielder has claimed he has delayed wages and therefore wants to leave.
The defender’s idea is to end a friendly with the northeastern club and return to Atlético Mineiro. Knowing the situation, the new board of directors has already promised the athlete that by the end of this week they will come to a resolution of the matter. If the player leaves, the top management will have to determine the financial matters and the form of repaying the club’s debts with the defender. Recently, Maxwell and Luanne Poli left Robro Negro to help the team dry out the casting sheet.
The report also provided the opinion of the Pernambuco team. OO Sport, in turn, is interested in continuing with Maidana in the cast. Even because of reclaiming the sixth shirt in Ilha do Retiro, as the team’s top scorer last season, with seven goals. However, the board of directors is working to reduce the team’s salaries, which means that the defender’s survival needs a financial readjustment.
Maidana has only four matches for the sport in the Italian league, so she can defend another club in the league. In addition to financial reasons, There are two other factors that made the defender reconsider his decision to stay with Leao: defending another team in Brazil or even playing abroad.
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