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Can Corinthians hire Luiz Adriano?  Can Romero and Everaldo return to the club?  We check!

Can Corinthians hire Luiz Adriano? Can Romero and Everaldo return to the club? We check!

The transfer window only reopens at the beginning of July, but Corinthians fans are already finding themselves amid numerous speculation even before the start of June. Portal Report My dreamThen he went to check out the possibility of the recently announced acquisitions.

The first of them was, in fact, a possible reintegration. According to the columnist Jorge NicolaAnd the everaldo He could return to the club at the request of coach Vitor Pereira. The striker, who is contracted with Timão until June 2023, is on loan until the end of the year at América Mineiro. a My dream found, however, The Alvinegra Board is not aware of the request and rules out any chance of that happening.

The second name associated with Corinth in the last days was Angel Romero. Paraguay reporter Arturo Maximo Rubin He raised the prospect of the striker returning to Parque São Jorge. Romero is in Cruz Azul, from Mexico, and has a contract until the end of the year. According to the Timão board of directors, the previous number 11 does not interest the club.

Another possibility raised was Luis Adriano who, according to presenter and narrator Joao Gillherme, Disney ChannelsYou may receive an offer from Corinth. The 35-year-old striker is currently at Turkey’s Antalyaspor – and has a contract until June 2023. According to the Alvinegra board, the player is not interested in the club.

As shown in the gate My dreamAnd the The three players who stand a chance of returning in the reopening of the window are Ramiro, Mateus Vital and Bruno Mendes.. All three have a contract with Corinthians, and if they are not acquired by their loan clubs, they will return to CT and be reintegrated.

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