The Corinthians board of directors and Mauro Boselli’s staff are talking about an amicable agreement that would end the demand in FIFA and which could lead to penalties such as transfer bans (banning of registration of athletes, loss of points and even relegation).
Portal report my helm He spoke with people close to President Duilio Montero Alves, who confirmed the talks with those responsible for the Argentine’s career. The goal is to close the deal later this week.
Corinthians’ debt to Boselli amounts to about 7 million reais (with interest and corrections), an amount that refers to image rights, among other work rights of the striker, who was under contract in 2019 and 2020.
Although the initial 45-day period for the conviction has expired, club officials are confident the player’s staff will accept the terms and FIFA’s claim will be withdrawn. The club cannot confirm any transfer embargoes that are valid at this time.
This decision is key for Corinthians, who need to sign new players in the national and international transfer window that opens on July 3, including Matias Rojas, from Racing, who already has an agreement with the club.
Last Saturday, after a draw with Cuiaba, football coach Alessandro Nunes said he had no confirmation of the Argentine’s debts being released.
“I don’t have (information about the case). I still need to talk to the finance department, it’s a procedure that includes not only the financial side, but also the legal side. It has a legal procedure, and a deadline to comply with. When I arrived, he (Boselli) had time to come out.” , So it’s a long process. But what needs to be done will definitely be resolved, “Alessandro commented.
In an interview in April 2021, Boselli talked about the value he should receive from Timão. The striker commented at the time: “Corinthians still owe me a lot of money. We are looking for a way to settle these debts. The relationship (with the board of directors) is good.”
Boselli entered the field in 72 matches, scored 17 goals for Corinthians and was the champion of São Paulo in 2019.
See more at: Mauro Boselli, Corinthians Operations, Corinthians Board of Directors and Dulio Monteiro Alves.
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