As Sport has learned, Neither the club is ready to release the Uruguayan nor the player (a statue in Porto Alegre) believes the time has come to go to MLS
There will likely be some more in December, when the course ends in Brazil, as long as it includes compensation.
Once it became known that Leo Messi would continue his career (perhaps he would end it) at Inter Miami in the United States, the rumors that followed almost subsided by inertia. Will he join Luis Suarez and Sergio Busquets of Argentina in this adventure?
While Badia has quite a few numbers (despite not making a decision yet), the Uruguayan’s case is very cold. Almost cool shall we say.
As Sport has learned, Neither his current club, Gremio de Porto Alegre, nor the player himself is yet to part ways. The Uruguayan signed a contract last December (lush, by the way) until 2024. His move abroad clause is 70 million euros.
A loop may open in December
But that is, even if the ‘impossible’ happened and Miami was willing to pay that amount, it looks like the transfer could happen. Suarez has become an idol and great reference for Gaucho fans.
11 goals and eight assists in 24 games They are more than enough. And the club made a lot of efforts to appoint him. They assure both the guild environment and the footballers that this is not yet feasible.
maybe i can open a kiln next december, when the season ends in Brazil. Nevertheless, the MLS club will have to make an effort and persuade the senior staff of ‘Tricolor’ to take him away. With a good amount, of course.
Much will also depend on whether Gremio qualifies to play in the next Copa Libertadores. It is one of the great objectives of the club and the player, to build a project that can fight to lift the title of South American champion.