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Paulinho admits to leaving Sporting in the summer – Sporting

Paulinho admits to leaving Sporting in the summer – Sporting

The striker refused to leave Alvalade in January, but the end of the streak could be near

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He wanted to stay to help win the national title (his second) and is having his best season at Alvalade (18 goals and a direct 'signature' in 12 league points). Loved by some and criticized by others, Paulinho's end at Sporting may soon come to an end.

The experienced striker, 31, continues to receive tempting inquiries from clubs in Saudi Arabia. According to Record, after rejecting a move in January and last summer, Paulinho now admits to a change of scenery at the end of this season, if a proposal emerges that satisfies all parties.

The player was signed from Braga in the winter market in 2021, for 16 million euros, and the number 20 has a contract valid until 2026 and a release clause in the termination of the contract worth 60 million that could practically be reduced to 25 million euros, due to the release clause. Agreement with Arsenal.

The decision states that if it rejects an offer equal to or greater than the above-mentioned 25 million euros, the management of Federico Varandas will have to compensate Sp. Braga for at least 7.5 million euros, which corresponds to the percentage of the pass (30%) still owned by SAD led by Antonio Salvador.

NEOM project

Before the start of this season, Paulinho rejected offers from Saudi Arabia, as well as from Russian club CSKA Moscow, who were willing to invest 7 million euros. like register It was reported at an opportune moment that the Saudis returned to action in January and put on the table an annual salary of 5 million clean euros (!), four times what Minho receives at Alvalade of around 1.2 million.

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Our newspaper found that one of the potential interested parties could be the new (and million-dollar) NEOM project.




He wanted to stay to help win the national title (his second) and is having his best season at Alvalade (18 goals and a direct 'signature' in 12 league points). Loved by some and criticized by others.



Written by Ricardo Granada and Vitor Almeida Gonçalves