Midfielder Gabriel Pereira, formerCorinthiansAssisted in one of New York City’s goals last Wednesday, in a 3-1 win over the Rochester Rhinos in the US Cup. At the club since March, he commented on the victory.
“We played a very consistent game and we are very happy with this win, even more so than it was in front of our fans. Now we are starting to think about the next commitment, which is in MLS,” the GP said.
In March of this year, Gabriel was traded by the Citigroup team for an undisclosed amount, But it is estimated to be around $5.5 million (R$27 million at the time). Timo kept 70% of the amount, i.e. R$ 19.3 million, and still with 20% of the surplus value of future sales.
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“I am very happy here, I have adapted well and I am loving the team. My teammates have helped me a lot and I am doing my best in training and sports. I enjoy it more and more every day taking it”, he concluded.
For MLS, against the Columbus crew, Brazil returns to the pitch the following Saturday at 8 p.m. (Brasilia time). Gabriel Pereira arrived in Corinthians in 2017 and joined the professional team last year. He played 47 games, scoring two goals and three assists. This season had five matches and one decisive pass.