Danilo Avelar’s situation will take some time to be resolved 100% by Corinthians. The issue is being resolved on two fronts: while the player will remain at CT, employees and managers will continue the conversations.
In terms of the athlete, he will remain at the Joaquim Grava Training Center headquarters until he is 100% ready to play again. The legislation requires the club to provide all necessary support from injury to full recovery.
Avelar underwent surgery to reconstruct the cruciate ligament in his right knee in October last year and has since been using a CT scan to get back on the field. The trend is for physical therapists, physical trainers, and physiologists to work at different times than the cast.
While the player takes care of the body, the staff will take care of the bureaucratic part of terminating their contract, a procedure Corinthians found after the act of racial injury committed during an online game.
It will be necessary to find legal and financial means so that the contract, which will only expire on December 31, 2022, is terminated in advance through an amicable agreement between the parties.
In time: The player belongs to Corinthians who own 100% of their financial rights. The club for which he will have to pay half of his purchases, As I mentioned before My Timon, wants to find a club for Avelar and get back, at least, the money invested in buying its economic rights.
See more at: Danilo Avelar, Corinthians Board of Directors, Medical Division and CT Joaquim Grava.
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