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Marcos Braz talks about Gabigol’s future at Flamengo: “Very difficult”

Marcos Braz talks about Gabigol’s future at Flamengo: “Very difficult”

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Vice President of Football Markus Braz gave an interview after the team’s win. Flamingo The 2-1 win over Cruzeiro responded to the future of Gabigol, who was excluded from Sunday’s match (30) after his manager Junior Pedrosa stated in an interview that he is already looking for a new club for the striker.

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With his contract until the end of 2024, Braz has spoken of the difficulty of renewing his contract with the striker. The player is expected to leave the club soon.

– Flamengo still has a contract with Gabriel until December 31, if his departure is not viable, here at Flamengo he will continue to exercise his contract until the end. That does not mean that we will give up (the financial compensation)… Now the renewal remains very difficult – said the manager.

According to Braz, the player did not participate in the match due to the large number of matches in the Brazilian league. So far, Gabigol has played five matches in the current match. If he enters the field twice more for Rio, he will not be able to defend another team in the competition.

– Flamengo preferred to remove Gabriel later, but also in a conversation I had with his manager, we had a long conversation after the interview he had and we understood that Gabriel had already played five games here. If he played here today, he wouldn’t even be able to travel with the club if he wanted to or if he had any offer from Brazilian football. We made the decision to get to this moment now, the businessman also said that he wanted to listen and look for some new paths – he concluded.

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Marcos Praz reacts to Gabigol’s future after Flamengo’s 2-1 win over Cruzeiro (Photo: Jorge Rodriguez/AGIF)