The Balearic club demands its full clause, 150,000 euros plus VAT, and refuses to negotiate with Cartagena’s board
The Jimbee Cartagena is putting all the meat on the grill to sign Brazilian Higor Ribeiro de Souza, a 23-year-old midfielder who has stood out for Palma Futsal over the past two seasons. He scored 27 goals. He still has a one-year contract and a €150,000 clause with the Balearic team, which refuse to negotiate with Cartagena’s board and demand €150,000 plus VAT to give the Sao Paulo-born player the letter of liberty.
The president of the Cartagena club, Miguel Ángel Jiménez Bosque, confirmed to LA VERDAD that he is willing to pay €120,000 to Palma for the transfer of Higor, who would become the star of the Jimbee project. “But we have not met the clause and we are not going to pay Higor a salary of 70,000 euros per year when he finally comes. It will be a small sign,” he explained.
In any case, the signing is not closed and Palma, still immersed in competition, will not make it easy for Higor to get out of there and join the Cartagena team. The Brazilian does not want to renew with the Balearic team and if he can’t finally leave Palma now, he could arrive for free at Jimbee next summer, where they are willing to wait for a player who really likes Duda.
Yes, the acquisitions of the pivots Juanan, top scorer in the Second Division with the Betis daughter, and Waltinho, who returns to Cartagena after a season with Sporting Lisbon, a European champion in which he had few opportunities, are closed. Willian Peru, Simi Saiotti, Andresito, Solano and Marinovic will not be extended. And in principle, Chemi, Raúl Jerez, Chispi, Bebe, Jesús Izquierdo, Meira, Mellado, Fer Drasler, Juanpi, Javi Mínguez, Motta and Luçao will continue in the Cartagena project.
Meanwhile, in ElPozo Murcia, Argentine coach Diego Giustozzi says goodbye today, in a performance at the Palacio de Deportes de Murcia that kicks off at 11:30 am. His replacement, Javi Rodríguez, will be working in a few days on planning a squad whose first addition will be Brazilian Bruno Taffy, who was released from Russia’s MFK Tyumen and quickly tied up by the Murcians.
Viña Albali Valdepeñas is injured, but alive. Yesterday, in the first leg of the semi-final of the play-off for the title Futsal First Division, the La Mancha team lost 0-1 to the all-powerful Barça, which quickly took the lead on the scoreboard and the gap. on the scoreboard, although Edu Sousa was very successful under the sticks.
The only goal of the game came in the fifth minute, in a corner that Barça quickly captured, grabbed the Valdepeñas defense and put Pito’s toe to put the ball in the net. Valdepeñas didn’t use the goalkeeper’s player in the final minutes of the game to find the equalizer, which was surprising. Everything is decided in the Palau Blaugrana. In the other semi-final, Jaén defeated Palma (2-0), braced by Carlitos, who scored two consecutive goals in the 34th minute.
Source: La Verdad
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