Close to debut, Brenner challenges his career abroad – 02/26/2021

Close to debut, Brenner challenges his career abroad - 02/26/2021

Brenner, a former striker from São Paulo and currently FC Cincinnati, talked about the season in the United States, which should begin in the coming months, about making his debut in Major League Soccer (MLS).

– I spent a wonderful season in Sao Paulo, one of the main players on the team. I will work this season, with the same commitment, to help Cincinnati achieve its goals. I want to make history here and move forward in my career – he says.

The player celebrates 4 years of his first game in the under-17 category of the Brazilian team this Wednesday (24). On this occasion, Brazil defeated Peru 3–0 by the South American.

– Very happy to remember this achievement in his brief career, even with the shirt of the Brazilian team, one of the most important in world football. I hope to have a wonderful season and perhaps be remembered for the main team – says the striker.

Brenner was Tricolor’s sub-top scorer at Bresileiro with 11 goals and the club’s top scorer in the season with 22 goals. He was traded after his first good year as a professional athlete.

Sao Paulo revealed himself, with the striker making his professional debut in 2017. In 2020, when he broke up, under the command of Fernando Diniz, he became a starter and also a top scorer.

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