Chelsea freshman Andrei Santos, who was the top scorer in the South American Football Confederation (CONMEBOL) U-20 Championship, will eventually return to Brazil without playing a game. 토토사이트
Santos, who left Vasco da Gama for 18 million pounds (approximately 28 billion won) through the transfer market last winter and wore a Chelsea uniform, is about to lease a prestigious homeiras.
The British Daily Mail said on the 18th (Korean time), “The application for a work permit (work permit in the UK) for Santos has been rejected. We are currently discussing the lease in Palmeiras, and a return to Brazil is likely.”
He added, “Paumeiras want Santos as a replacement for Danilo, who left for Nottingham Forest. Teams participating in the Copa Libertadores (South American club competition) are also looking to sign Santos.”
Fabricio Romano, a reporter specializing in the transfer market, also said, “Paumeiras is close to renting Santos. The lease period is until December, and in June, Chelsea can return it for 1.5 million euros (about 2 billion won).” They shouted ‘Here we go!’
As a result, Santos left the team without playing a single match, unlike other motives such as Mihailo Mudriq, Enso Fernandez, Joao Felix, Benoit Badiacil and Dartro Popana.
Born in 2004, the midfielder is one of the talents Brazil boasts. He recently represented Brazil at the South American U-20 Championships in Colombia, where he scored six goals to become the top scorer and the championship.
Right after the tournament, through social media, “Thank you very much. It’s time to focus on Chelsea.”