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The Ball – OFFICIAL: Abel Ferreira loses the midfielder to Nottingham Forest (England)

Nottingham Forest, ranked 13th in the English Premier League, announced on Monday evening that it was official, via its account on the social network Twitter, with the signing of Brazilian midfielder Danilo, 21, from Palmeiras, the Brazilian champion (2022), guided training. Portuguese coach Abel Ferreira for six and a half seasons, until June 2029! For 16 million pounds (18 million euros) to Sao Paulo.

A key player in the “Verdao” who won two editions of the Copa Libertadores and the Brazilian, Danilo is another weapon of the Welsh coach Steve Cuper at the City Ground and European champion (in 1979 and 1980), while he is already in England: he has to train on Tuesday, for the first time, With his new teammates, after visiting the Forest facilities on Monday.

“I will show all my determination and my great desire to win. I will always do my best for the team to achieve positive results. I can’t wait to start playing and meet my new teammates, ”said the player, who was transferred on the Twitter of the emblem, who is already in his new home.

′′ I am really happy to fulfill my dream of playing in the Premier League and for a club like Nottingham Forest. “I learned a little about the history of the club, and I know that they won the two European Champions Cups twice,” said the Brazilian midfielder, who played 141 matches with Palmeiras, which is the second reinforcement in the current transfer period for the “deceptive trees.” Another former Palmeiras player, Gustavo Scarpa, also moved from “Verdao” to Forest – English champions in 1977/88, but as a free agent (he terminated his contract with the Brazilian champions on December 31, 2022).

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Nottingham Forest’s sporting director, Filippo Giraldi, explained the club’s enthusiasm for the signing: “Danilo is truly a fantastically talented player, a huge asset to the current team and the future of Nottingham Forest.”

See below the photos and ‘tweets’ of Nottingham Forest with the ‘rookie’ already in the ‘reds’: