Joao de Dios confirmed the meeting with El Sayed and Flamengo, but stated that the coach ‘doesn’t want to leave’ the Portuguese club.
flamingo e Jorge Jesus They met last Tuesday (21) According to what was revealed by the portal UOL confirmed John Godassistant Mr, at a press conference on Wednesday (22).
Due to the 15-day suspension of Jorge Jesus, the coach’s right-hand man took charge of the team and was therefore responsible for speaking to reporters. Joao de Dios confirmed Jesus’ meeting with Flamengo’s deputy football team, Marcos Brazzand Executive Director, Bruno Spindel. However, he ruled out any arrangement with Cariocas.
According to John God, Roy Costa, the current president of Benfica, was aware of the conversation with the leaders of the Carioca. In a letter from Jorge Jesus returned by Joao de Dios in the interview, it was the intention of Mr He is staying in the Portuguese club.
“In terms of the news that has been announced in recent days and today (Wednesday), I would like to say that I spoke a lot with the coach (Jorge Jesus) and more specifically today. It is true that there was a meeting between the coach and friends of Flamengo, but it was duly authorized by Benfica and president Rui Costa.‘ said the aide, to complete.
“Jorge Jesus has said that he does not want to leave Benfica and that he intends to carry out the contract. He wants to win titles at Benfica, that’s why he came here and made it very clear. You could say I’m saying this, but that was Jorge Jesus’ message in the presence of Rui Costa. It seems to me that the doubts about it are gone. We concluded we want to ensure the classification in the Cup.
According to the gate UOLJorge Jesus would have said “yes” to Flamingo. However, the Rio de Janeiro club will need to settle with Benfica in order to be released.
With a bond until June, Jesus has Termination fine of 6 million euros, about 39 million Brazilian reais. But the coach was under pressure from the Portuguese club’s fans.
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