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"If Lily becomes silly, he will go to Flamingo";  The attacking midfielder is causing confusion in River de Gallardo as Palmeiras fans yell for his appointment

“If Lily becomes silly, he will go to Flamingo”; The attacking midfielder is causing confusion in River de Gallardo as Palmeiras fans yell for his appointment

Palm trees

The attacking midfielder can leave River Plate for free

- Marcelo Gallardo
© (Photo by Daniel Gayo/Getty Images)– Marcelo Gallardo

Palm trees And the flamingo The rivalry has been fierce since almost then, but in recent years, this dispute has gotten better and better. For Verdão, beating the Cariocas results in a lighter environment. This also happens in Rubro-Negro, where their fans claim victory against the main opponent in South America.

This season, in the two matches in Brazil, there have been two draws: 0-0 at the Maracana and 1-1 at Allianz Parque. In 2023, the squads of the two teams are supposed to improve and an unexpected situation will come from River Plate. Attacking midfielder Nicolas de la Cruz27, would probably trick the Argentines into going out for free.

He has a contract until December of this year and can already sign a pre-agreement with any other team. This Monday (10), journalist Jorge Nicola updated the situation and left the Brazilian fans excited, especially from Palmeiras, who have been dreaming of signing him since last year, and even more so with the departure of Scarpa.

(…]Arouse suspicion, especially in Argentina and among club officials in Brazil, that de la Cruz has been procrastinating for some time, deceiving River Plate officials, to allow him to leave without paying River a penny. The details are that this kind of situation in Argentina is not Well accepted. It’s like walking out the back door and for De La Cruz it would be very boring, not least because of his huge gratitude to River Plate (…)“, Nicola’s record.

Visiting Brazilian football has long been seen as a good alternative, with many national teams able to pay much higher salaries than his current salary at River Plate, which is just over R$400,000 at the current rate.

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