With the player at CT, Corinthians gives up on hiring Matheuzinho

After training with the Corinthians squad, Matheuzinho will have to re-introduce himself to Flamengo after Timão withdrew from signing him

O Corinthians everything was in order to confirm the hiring of Matheuzinhoright-back of Flamengo. After opening talks with the Rio club, the player traveled to São Paulo and trained with the Timão squad at the club’s academy, but the president Augusto Melloon the afternoon of this Tuesday, 23rd, informed the locals that the deal will not continue.

Corinthians’ contract for the player was a one-year loan, with a view to competing in competitions in 2024. In this way, the two teams had a good understanding and forwarded the transfer. However, Timão demanded some changes to the terms presented by Flamengo, according to ‘GE’.

Corinthians, more specifically, did not agree with the value of the economic rights pre-established by the Rio club. Timão wanted a showcase fee to be added to the player, in case he was sold later and, in addition, they did not agree with the possibility of Mengão calling the athlete back at any time, as was stipulated in the contract.

After Corinthians withdrew, Matheuzinho, who was training at the São Paulo club’s facilities, will have to return to Flamengo. According to ‘GE’, the team has not yet defined whether the player will go to the Vulture’s Nestwhere the youngest players are training for the Carioca Championshipor if the full-back travels to the United States, where the main squad is in pre-season training.

Matheuzinho in action for Flamengo (Credit: Getty Images)

Matheuzinho’s return should please Titewho had already spoken about the player after his debut at Carioca. “I told the management: “don’t get rid of Matheus”. He is a player who will grow a lot, just like Varela, having continuity, is producing well in competition with Wesley”, said the coach at a press conference.

Source: sportbuzz

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