August 17, 2022

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Corinthians sued FIFA over the purchase of Danilo Avillar de Torino.  Club Resort

Corinthians sued FIFA over the purchase of Danilo Avillar de Torino. Club Resort

Corinthians were called up to work for FIFA by Turin, Italy. NS rudder I found that the order refers to the second installment of the purchase of Danilo Avelar, in the amount of €750,000 (about R$4.7 million at the current price). The amount of debt, with interest, tends to exceed R$5 million.

Corinthians brought Avelar on loan in July 2018. At the end of this temporary relationship, more specifically in July 2019, Timão acquired 100% of the player’s economic rights, who, in turn, signed a new three-year contract (until December 31, 2022).

In the agreement with the Italians, Corinthians pledged to pay 1.5 million euros (about 10 million Brazilian reals at the current price). The first installment, amounting to 750 thousand euros, was paid late, in March of this year. The second payment, which is still open, is charged by FIFA.

As it has done in other cases of this nature, Timão’s legal department has submitted an appeal to the Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS) in Switzerland. The verdict, according to the club’s expectations, should only take place in the middle of 2022.

It is worth noting that former striker Mauro Boselli also played for FIFA, at a cost of about one million US dollars (about 6 million Brazilian reais). at recent days, It was Estoril’s turn from Portugal, which charges 1.3 million euros (8.6 million Brazilian riyals at the current price).

CT training and a new destination in 2022

Danilo Avelar has a contract with Corinthians until December 31, 2022. The left-back, however, is not in the club’s plans due to a case of ethnic injury last month since June. Since then, the player has been training at CT and specifically waiting for his future.

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The player, staff and board will be looking for a new club in early January, both in Brazilian football and abroad. Transfer may be done on loan, under contract with Corinthians until the last day of your contract.

See more at: Danilo Avelar, Corinthians Processes and Corinthians Board of Director.