The Sporting coach frankly assumes that he expects the team to come and go. However, he was cautious about the arrival of Uruguayan Ugarte or another striker, as well as the eventual transfer of Matthews Nunes.
First on the possible need to sign another striker: “We are very comfortable, so we loaned Pedro Marquez. Paulinho is fighting Tiago Thomas, but we have many players to play there, like Govan. We have other options in emergency situations, the best player in the team to play head-on. His face is Coates, so I think Paulinho and Thiago Thomas are enough.”
And the arrival of Ugarte? He emphasized this by saying, “I am very satisfied with the midfielders, until the market closes there can be entries and exits.”
On the possibility of Matthews Nunes moving, he said: “Matthews depends on the market. Have you ever talked about Nono [Mendes]Then it was straw. We’re ready for everything, we know we have to sell, and it’s public. I do my part, which is to tell Hugo Viana and the president every day not to sell, but we know the right moment for the club.”
True, for Robin Amorim, “several things” need to be improved. “It wasn’t all right in the Super Cup. We had some difficulties building at the beginning of the game, we were good defensively, but I think we can improve. There are players who will improve as well, so we will improve. We can be more in control, that’s one of the great goals for the new season,” he said.
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