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Sporting denied Palmeiras, but Tabata is still in Abel's plans

Sporting denied Palmeiras, but Tabata is still in Abel’s plans

Even after failing to score in time to be registered in the Libertadores, Verdão has until the 15th day to reconcile with the Lions. Paulistas sent CONMEBOl the changes to entries for the South American competition won by the club in 2020 and 21.

Tabata Sporting Palmeiras have already denied – when making an offer for the player for three million euros, plus two bonuses – but they have not yet given up on the striker, one of the goals set by Portuguese coach Abel Ferreira. For the rest, people from São Paulo will already have shown an openness to increasing supply, albeit in installments.

According to the information published yesterday by “Globoesporte”, Verdau is still trying to reach an understanding with SAD Leonina, who was stubborn, although he has already missed the deadline to be able to register the player in the Libertadores Cup: only yesterday, Palmeiras sent CONMEBOL changes The three are on the list of entries for the competition they’ve won in the past two seasons.

According to the Brazilian website, Abel Ferreira and Palmeiras want Tabata to make a long-term commitment and the Brazilian football market only ends on August 15. In other words, this is the deadline for Almeras to hire him in time to contribute to the current version of Brasileirão.

The 25-year-old owner of 50 per cent of Tabata’s pass, Sporting does not accept to negotiate with the player with less than five million euros and pay cash because in the event of a player loss, Ruben Amorim has already told SAD that he will do so. You should go to the market in search of an alternative. The number 7 in the Alvalade logo has qualities that please the coach, although it’s not as often an option as he would like. He is versatile, an option for winger, striker and central and in this preparatory season he has already played seven games and scored two goals. In two seasons, he played 52 matches and scored eight goals with the Lions national team.

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