The Fluminense president admitted to the sale of Luiz Henrique "it’s not wonderful"

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Mario Bittencourtpresident of Fluminensehas identified that the sale to Real Betis of the young extreme Luis Henriqueone of the great values ​​of the Rio de Janeiro team, “is not surprising. This is a market demand. Fluminense I had to make the sale at that time. When I said that we were not receiving any other proposal from Luiz, we were not really receiving. Not before, not while, not after. There is a whole business framework. This wheel has moments and moments. Later, when we sold Kayky, for example, we are somewhat more balanced from an economic standpoint and we are more resistant. In Luiz Henrique’s time, perhaps in the emotion and anger of losing a player, I couldn’t explain myself properly ”, he hints. Mario Bittencourt in the press of Rio de Janeiro, where the move was highly criticized by Flu fans, as they understood that the football player had a higher value than the one he would eventually pay. Real Betis.

The president of Fluminense He also gave economic details of how the negotiations took place: “The first proposal was for 5 million euros and for 100%. At that time, we had sales of Nino and Gabriel Teixeira, which did not occur due to events beyond our control. We ask for more until we reach 13 million euros between fixed and future values. And we retain 15% of the rights. Is this an amazing sale? No. This is a market demand. Fluminense will have to make the sale at that time ”, he explained Mario Bittencourt about the transfer of Luis Henriquesummoned to Seville on July 5 to start the preseason with Real Betis under the command of Manuel Pellegrini.

Source: La Verdad

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