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Will Atlético-MG sell players after losing the Copa do Brasil?  See scenario

Will Atlético-MG sell players after losing the Copa do Brasil? See scenario

Atlético-MG were eliminated by Corinthians in the Copa do Brasil (Photo: Pedro Souza/Atlético)

Since the start of the season, Atlético officials have been talking about the need to sell players to try to keep the team financially stable. Director of Football Rodrigo Caetano is one of those who never hid this, and after the elimination in the Brazilian Cup, he spoke again on the subject: “Before the elimination I had already had to sell. We had expectations of reaching the quarter-finals. Now we have to make up for that.” in another way “.

This other method cited by Football Manager is selling players. At the moment, midfielder Alan is the most quoted player. Highlighting the team and location in Brazil, Flamengo and Palmeiras are also interested, with the red and black cited as their likely destination. The amount requested by Gallo revolves around 9 million Brazilian riyals (48.6 million Brazilian reals) in return for 90% of the player owned by the club.

Rodrigo Caetano revealed that Allan received “interest from some clubs” in February, but that the club did not consider selling him as they could not get a replacement at the time. One interested at the time was Palmeiras, who sought to bring Danilo’s departure back to England. Now, Alviverde can enter the fray with Flamengo.

Other sales

The sale will not solve Atlético’s problems, which will need to move further. Therefore, another player who must go is defender Nathan Silva, who returned to the starting line-up last month and attracted the interest of Pumas from Mexico. Gallo wants around 5 million euros (27 million R$) for the defender.

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Other players who could become a “financial solution” for Atletico in the event of a sale are Argentine Matias Zaracho, who has attracted the attention of European football since his arrival in Gallo, and striker Eduardo Vargas, who has a high salary and has already aroused his interest. Some clubs in Brazil and abroad in recent months. In addition to the foreigners, full-back Robbins is another player who could make a good sale for the club, as he is only 21 years old and stands out in a position missing in current football, that of left-back.