December 10, 2022

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São Paulo accepted Ceará's proposal by Pablo, who talks in detail about Morumbi's departure;  See what's missing

São Paulo accepted Ceará’s proposal by Pablo, who talks in detail about Morumbi’s departure; See what’s missing

Striker is the most expensive in Tricolor history, which spent just over R$26 million to get it out of Athletico-PR in 2019


date of Pablo number Sao Paulo about to finish. Morumbi Club has entered into an agreement with car loan the striker for a year, Until December 2022. Confirmed by Ceará’s president, Robinson de Castro, for uol sports.

Interested in appointing Pablo after the insistence of coach Tiago Nunes, Fuzao agreed to pay 100% of the striker’s salaries, about R$500,000 per month, in addition to the amount of cash for the loan.

to complete the transaction, All that’s missing is Pablo’s permission, who enjoys the holidays and you haven’t contacted São Paulo yet. The 29-year-old striker Not part of Rogerio Ceni’s plans, but he can still deprive the team of Ciara.

Pablo has spent the last three seasons at Morumbi without acclimatizing at all. The most expensive contract in the club’s history paid 26.6 million Brazilian riyals to get him out Atletico-PR, the player lived with injuries in the first year and later was a target for the fans because of the goals he lost, such as the quarter-finals of. Libertadores Konmebol, against Palm trees.

Last season, the 9th jersey was Tricolor’s top scorer with 13 goals in 38 games. In all, it adds 32 goals in 121 matches, helping the team win the Sao Paulo Championship in 2021.

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São Paulo made every effort to include Pablo in the national market negotiations. He even offered it in exchange for players like defensive midfielder Patrick and defender Victor Cuesta from internationalAs well as midfielder Fernando Sobral of Ceará.

The São Paulo board, which did not succeed in any of the deals, preferred to lend it to at least to save salaries. It will be less than R$500,000 per month on the three-color paper, adding to the other R$1.6 million. Already released with the departure of other players.

They have already left Morumbi: the goalkeeper Lucas Perry, the side Eardefenders Bruno Alves and Rodrigo Freitas, Socks Benítez, Shaylon e William and the attacker Rojas. GallianoHe is also recovering from the injury while the club is still trying to get rid of it Eder e Vitor Bueno.