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Former Palmeras, Matos post photo with Tudu in USA: 'One day we will be together again' - 05/24/2021

Former Palmeras, Matos post photo with Tudu in USA: ‘One day we will be together again’ – 05/24/2021

This Monday (24), on his official Instagram account, former Palmeras football director Alexandre Matos posted a photo with Tutu, who recently defined his return to Vertio. The attacker was on holiday in Miami, and the meeting took place at the Icon Building in Brickell, the U.S. city’s financial district.

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In the release, a hat on top of a shirt from Al-Tuhail from Qatar was thanked, along with Tudu’s name and number on the team, as a gift from the player. Besides thanking him, Matos wished him success and said that he would one day be with the athlete again.

– Thanks for the shirt and affection, Tudu. You are a beast, brother! Instead of getting one from you, I will give you a Palmeiras shirt 7 that day with the difference that I remember it as it was in early 2015! Of course you have a lot more good, winner wherever you go. One day we will be together again, looking for our successes and achievements – the leader revealed as a legend.

In 2015, along with Alexandre Matos in the football field, Palmeras offered around 3 million euros (about $ 12 million at the time) to buy 50% of Tudu’s economic rights to Dynamo Kiev of Ukraine. By the end of the following year, the club had acquired the rest.

After Al Duhail has not implemented the option to purchase the current loan agreement, he will return to Palmeras and be able to launch only from August 1, the date on which the striker reopens the international transfer window. Even so, from the first day of July – at the end of the loan deal – the attacker can now present himself again to Alvivert to begin training.

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