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Eustáquio joins the FC Porto quartet and earns €60m

Eustáquio joins the FC Porto quartet and earns €60m

Portostas officially announced the continuation of the signed midfielder until 2027 and was protected by a high clause. After using it 11 times in the first six months, the Canadian believes he has done a “good job” and says he is “excited to help.” The goal is to win domestic titles, but “Europe will be good”.

The information was announced on May 31, but now has an official character: FC Porto has activated the option to buy Stephen Ostaciu, paying €3.5 million to Paços de Ferreira to sign him permanently. The midfielder signed until 2027 and, according to information collected by O JOGO, had a release clause of 60 million euros, like Diogo Costa, Otávio, Uribe and Taremi.

A moment of “happiness” for the Canadian, which Sergio Conceicao used in his first six months in Dragao in 11 matches. “She was great in the tournament and the Portuguese Cup. If I did something wrong, I wouldn’t be here now, so I think my work was good, as was my way. I am excited to help FC Porto,” he said in comments he made to the Porto players’ media.

Getting into the middle is “never easy”, because “time is limited to get to know the ideas” of the coach and colleagues, but Eustacchio believes that he will “take a place” in the team in this preparatory season, “whatever it is”. “I can add passing, going out, developing the first and second building stages, outside shooting and also in set-pieces, because they are essential play at the moment,” justified the midfielder, who describes the club as “special”.

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“The secret of FC Porto is not to fear anyone anywhere, in Portugal or in Europe. We always go out to win, wherever they are. Our weapons are very powerful and we have the best fans in the world to help us. Do not accept defeat, “that is what the Canadian guarantees, who will be” Winning the championship and all the domestic cups” is great for him. “But winning a European title would also be great. We want to win everything,” he concluded.