Wanderson’s exit was e-mailed with an apology for the change.

Wanderson's exit was e-mailed with an apology for the change.

Vanderson is in Monaco, where he undergoes medical tests to sign a contract with Monaco. The journey concludes a deal with a literal twist. Grmio had already issued right from England to process visas and exchange documents with Brentford, but on Sunday (19) the Princely club entered into negotiations. With a big offer, the operation was overturned. And there was also a formal apology.

The apology was made via email. The player had a verbal agreement with Brentford and typed a message thanking the conversation and explaining the option for Monaco.

Negotiations between the Monaco directors and Vanderson’s businessman Marcio Cruz, in contact with Grmio, were quickly ended with a task force in France and Porto Alegre.

To better understand the idea of ​​a formal apology, you need to go back in time. Brentford tried to sign Vanderson in August. There were two official offers, which were rejected by Grmio. In December, the English club returned.

Grmio and Brentford agreed on a payment method, and Vanderson also received a ticket to go to Rio de Janeiro in search of a work visa for the United Kingdom. The trip never happened. Because of the Monaco attack over the weekend.

Monaco’s offer was better for both the player and Grmio. The club also added easy-to-obtain bonuses, which increased the potential for additional revenue from transfers.

In addition to the contract, the chances of the club having a higher prominence to dispute the title in the short term also depend on the player’s decision.

Vanderson will return to Brazil for Christmas and the New Year and has another trip scheduled for early 2022, when he will certainly introduce himself to the new club. Grêmio will put 70% of the 12 million euros in negotiations.

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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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