The fate of Bruno Mendes, who has loaned Corinthians to Internacional, appears to be getting closer and closer to the outcome. Internacional’s stance in the episode of Rafael Ramos’ alleged racist case against Edinilson last Saturday brought the defender closer to returning to Parque São Jorge than staying at Beira Rio. The information was published by the journalist Jorge Nicola It was confirmed by the portal My dream.
Now, there is only one possibility for Uruguay to remain in the south after the loan, which expires on June 30 this year. To continue with the defender after this period, The gaucho club needs to exercise the priority clause for the final purchase, in the amount of 6 million US dollars (about 30 million Brazilian reals).
And without any facilities to take out himself as discussed between clubs. a report My dream I found that Corinthians It can reduce part of the value while continuing to pay it off in installments. Now, it is the agreed value as it is in the contract or return.
Everything changed after the episode involving Rafael Ramos and Edenelson last Saturday, when the Inter player accused Corinthians of committing an act of racial insult. The leaders of Corinth were uncomfortable with the position of the gaucho club.
In Alfinegros’ view, the Inter board should have waited for a more realistic investigation into the fact by people trained to do so, And not to issue an official note condemning the Corinthians player. Watch a snippet of the gaucho club’s positioning below.
“Once again, an unfortunate case of racism has been recorded in our football. This time, in our house, against an Inter player … It is unacceptable that facts of this kind continue to occur in 2022, there is no room for racism in our country. Country. Society. “says part of the Inter note.
Bruno Mendes should not play match 7 in Brazil
Bruno Mendes is aware of Corinthians changing attitudes and has already been informed by both the white and white leaders on how to do so from now on. The player must not play the seventh match in Brazil, a fact that would prevent him from playing Timão in the competition, and his participation is limited to the Cups (Brazil and Libertadores).
See more at: Bruno Mndez, Board of Corinthians and Mercado da bola.
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