Joya du Sport, Gustavo continue to be monitored by clubs in Europe and the United States

Joya du Sport, Gustavo continue to be monitored by clubs in Europe and the United States

Midfielder Gustavo was one of the highlights of the game in his debut against Internazionale in Serie A of the Brazilian Championship. As per information verified by Journal do Comercio I fan blogThey continue to be monitored by Olympique de Marseille and other clubs in Germany, the Netherlands and the United States. In addition, the idea of ​​the Rubro-Negra director and the silver staff of the house is to take advantage of the Brasileirao window and also generate more minutes for the boy.

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One of the companies that managed Gustavo’s career (G7 Football Investments) is the same one that managed Flamengo midfielder Gerson with forward talks to Olympique de Marseille. Also according to the report’s investigation, the traders tried to include the red-black jewel in the transaction, but the French club initially preferred a deal with the Brazilian ace. That left no prospect of the future.

Gustavo entered the second half of a draw with The International and was one of the main people responsible for Sport’s reaction to the match. This year, the midfielder played 14 matches for Leo’s professional team. Last year, when he was promoted from the youth category, he appeared in only four games. Prior to this, he was also called up for the Brazilian Under-20 team, where he played in an international tournament.

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Recently, the midfielder renewed the contract with Sport till the year 2026. In the contract, a severance penalty of one million dollars. For national trade, R $ 10 million. In terms of international sales, R$30 million. After Adrielsen negotiated for the Arab world, Gustavo sees LEO as a good opportunity to generate new revenue for the club.

About the author: Sarah Gracie

Sarahis a reporter covering Amazon. She previously covered tech and transportation, and she broke stories on Uber's finances, self-driving car program, and cultural crisis. Before that, she covered cybersecurity in finance. Sarah's work has appeared in The Wall Street Journal, Bloomberg, Politico, and the Houston Chronicle.

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