Which Atletico-MG players can borrow after the Triple Crown?

Which Atletico-MG players can borrow after the Triple Crown?

Gallo’s president, Sergio Coelho, admitted, this Sunday, 26, that some of the team’s players should be transferred.

Pedro H. Tesch/AGIF – Photography Agency/Estado ContentHyoran, to be borrowed from Atlético-MG

President of Atletico MG-, sergio coelho He acknowledged, this Sunday, the 26th, that some players in the Triple Crown champion squad (Mineiro, Brasileiro and Copa do Brasil) should be loaned. In an interview with Radio 98 FM, the agent revealed that he has already spoken to Marcus Salam, who looks after football. America-MG, about possible conversations. Despite not disclosing the names of the athletes who should have quit, hyoran, Nathan I Dylan Borrero most likely to leave the team led by Head, Apart from the three Ecuadorian midfielder Alan Franco has already been transferred to Charlotte FC, which plays for the United States First Division MLS.

“I spoke with Salum earlier this week, but it was a personal question and that topic came up (about the possibility of a loan). I spoke with him to wait for Rodrigo Caetano to come back so that Let’s talk and see what can be done”, said the president of Atletico-MG. “The guys from America, Alencar, Marcus Salem are our friends. People like me a lot. If there’s a player on our team who can be loaned to America, we’ll do it with great pleasure. For two reasons: player first Already in Belo Horizonte, it is easy, as long as he is interested, America and Atletico. America is a great showcase, it is growing, it can add value to our heritage”, said Sergio Coelho.

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