December 5, 2022

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Optimistic, Botafogo has an agreement with Olympique de Marseille Luis Henrique.  Part of the player's crew "troops" are going to Flamengo

Optimistic, Botafogo has an agreement with Olympique de Marseille Luis Henrique. Part of the player’s crew “troops” are going to Flamengo

future of Luis Henrique It keeps giving you something to talk about. According to “Lance!” There is disagreement among the striker’s managers over the best way forward: back to Botafogowhere he appeared in the professional football arena, or to go to the opponent flamingo.

According to the report, Part of the team that manages the striker’s career continues to work against the situation that appears to lead to a return to Botafogo, which has already been settled with Olympique Marseille. The mood in General Severiano is one of optimism.

These agents are still trying to talk to the French club to convince them that the best thing is to have the striker at Flamengo. On the other hand, one agent considers the agreement with Botafogo to be the most correct.

The Alvinegra board was not impressed with the news that was broadcast about the player’s preference for Flamengo. Luis Henrique himself was unaware of this, so much so that he never told Botafogo that he had the option to play for the opponent.

Botafogo and Olympique de Marseille have agreed a one-year loan with a purchase commitment of €8 million (44.3 million RRL) If the club wins a place in the Libertadores. The value exceeds what Alfinegro received when he sold Luis Henrique to the French club in 2020.

Nantes is still in the race

Also according to “Lance!” , the Nantes Olympique de Marseille has been offered an offer of 6 million euros (33.3 million Brazilian riyals) to keep Luis Henrique in this window permanently. If Nantes matches the €8 million proposed by Botafogo, OM will accept the French team’s offer. a Turinfrom Italy, also made an offer.

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