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Corinthians reaches Flamengo's target values ​​and signs Matteusinho |  soccer

Corinthians reaches Flamengo's target values ​​and signs Matteusinho | soccer

After a long television series with official notes and controversies, Matteusinho is one step closer to wearing a Corinthians shirt. Alvinegro do Parque São Jorge reached the values ​​he wanted Flamingo He will pay 4 million euros (21.5 million Brazilian reals) and another million in the same currency to achieve the goals.

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Vice Football FlamingoMarcos Braz and Corinthians CEO Fabinho Soldado played an integral role in guiding the negotiations. There are still small details to make the agreement official, and Matheusinho, now Matheus France, is expected to arrive in Sao Paulo on Tuesday.

Matteusinho explained to: Flamingo Because I didn't want to play for Botafogo, the club that had put in the best offer until last week, and the red and black of football were understanding. The 23-year-old full-back has already given his word to Corinthians.

Mathewsinho will receive a pay rise at Corinthians. Botafogo's proposal in terms of salaries was superior, but it was the athlete's will and commitment to the São Paulo team that prevailed.

Before the agreement, Marcos Braz asked Mateusinho to just wait for the classic match with Vasco. He asked him to remain at Tite's disposal until the problem was resolved later. no sooner said than done. The negotiations made significant progress last Monday and are about to end.

Journalist Vinny Casagrande first reported on the progress of negotiations between the Corinthians, Flamingo And Mathewsinio.

In the Flamingo Since 2019, Matteusinho has played 153 matches and scored four goals. He won eight professional titles: one Brazilian, one Libertadores, two Carioca, two Brazilian Super Cups, one Recopa Sudamericana and one Copa do Brasil.

Mano Menezes with Mateusinho in the background during Corinthians training in Fazendinha – Photo: Rodrigo Coca/Corinthians Agency