Peruvians in the World: Peruvian Selection | Fernando Pacheco would be close to leaving Fluminens

The transfer market is more active than before, especially in Brazil, where each club is evaluating their squads to see whether or not they will renew their players for the following season. He has plans to bring in a new striker after Evanílson left for Porto, but to do so they could give up some of his attacking pieces.

According to Casagrande veins, a journalist for Jornal O Dia in Brazil, the ‘Tricolor’ of Rio de Janeiro plans to repatriate Léo Jabá, a 22-year-old attacker who is active in PAOK Thessaloniki FC, from Greece. The Greek club no longer has him in plans, despite the fact that his contract expires until 2023; thus, : the loan of a player.

Enter here . According to Casagrande, to achieve the deal with PAOK, ‘Flu’ would have planned to give up another striker, in this case, the former Sporting Cristal, who was recently announced as the next summoned to the Peruvian Selection, ahead of the 2022 Qatar South American Qualifiers.

However, it would not be the only offer. Although Greece’s proposal is present, the Brazilian journalist Edgar Maciel de Sá states that they would . Of course, they still want to give it up.

Fernando Pacheco you can soon leave the Fluminense on loan. The Peruvian has just been called up for the Peruvian national team and needs to play. PAOK, as reported by friend Casagrande veins, it’s a posibility. But there are other options on the table”, He published through his Twitter account.

The 21-year-old Peruvian striker arrived in Fluminense this season, after the campaign he had with Sporting Cristal in 2019. He has added 475 minutes, with 11 games in the Cariosa Tournament and 6 in Serie A in Brazil. However, he has only scored 1 goal and has been a starter in a championship game.


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