the Palm trees Waiting for the striker Wesley Moraes, which is not Club Brugge But it belongs to Aston Villa.
Verdau, via a representative, researched the Belgian club to learn about the 25-year-old’s physical condition.
in contact with sports newspaperWesley’s fatigue ensured that the player did not receive any official offer, but Palmeiras and Sao Paulo He showed interest in the athlete a few days ago, and international He was also entered into the “Contest” by the striker.
Verdão is far ahead compared to its competitors.
Wesley is on loan to Brugge and his contract with the Belgian club runs until June 2022. With Villa, the club that owns his rights, his contract runs until June 2024.
At the age of 25, Wesley built his career almost entirely in Europe. After a short spell at AS Trencin, from Slovakia, he moved to Brugge, where he stayed for four seasons and featured 38 goals in 136 commitments.
In 2019, it was sold to Aston Villa for 25 million euros (about 160 million Brazilian riyals), the most expensive contract in Birmingham club’s history.
After a promising start in England, Wesley suffered a serious knee ligament injury, after being out for nearly a year.
However, since returning, the striker has not yet managed to score a good streak. He played four times with Villa and was loaned to Brugge, where he appeared on the field only six times.
At the moment Palmeiras has only two names in the squad for the center forward role, but there is no consensus. They are: Louis Adriano and Deverson.
He lost his first space with Abel and was involved in many controversies with the public. With this said, the trend is that he won’t stay in 2022. The author of the Libertadores title goal, on the other hand, has a contract only until June.
Rooney, the domestic winger, finished the season as the most forward player in Abel Ferreira’s squad. For the next season, Verdau has already agreed to sign goalkeeper Marcelo Lomba and midfielder Eduard Atoista.
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