Tambourine Man wrote:
Haven't put the article through Google translate but can someone confirm if my interpretation of what's going on in this thread is correct?
- The article (written by Tier 1) journalist says we have made a substantial offer that will be rejected because it's below his release clause
- But reading between the lines, the offer we've made is too good for them to reject hence Clrnc's optimism that the deal will get done
Is the above a fair summation?
Not really, here is the article...google translate so...
[spoiler]The tendency is for people from São Paulo to refuse the offer from English football. President Leila Pereira only releases for release of 100 million euros
Arsenal have submitted a proposal of 20 million pounds (R$ 119.5 million at the current price) to Palmeiras for the purchase of Danilo. The offer was delivered to São Paulo on Tuesday (30), the third to last day of the transfer window, as GOAL learned .
The tendency is for the proposal to be rejected by President Leila Pereira. She had already said that she did not intend to release the player in the current market for the ball, only for the release of the athlete to abroad – 100 million euros (R$ 514 million).
Arsenal are looking for a midfielder in the last days of the ball market. The Gunners are willing to invest in the search for a reinforcement in the final stretch of the transfer window. Lucas Paquetá was considered, but the values were discarded - the athlete transferred to West Ham.
Milan, from Italy, are also monitoring the 21-year-old's situation . The club has already contacted the player's staff in order to know his situation. However, no proposal has been presented so far, as the report learned.
The midfielder's contract at the Football Academy expires on December 31, 2026. He agreed to renew the commitment in February of this season. The 21-year-old stands out at the Football Academy under Abel Ferreira.
Danilo has a termination fine for Brazil valued at 35 million euros (R$ 180 million). The amount varies according to the player's salary - the number is two thousand times greater than the player's remuneration in the CLT (Consolidation of Labor Laws).
In 2022, the 21-year-old midfielder made 43 matches for Palmeiras, with 3,435 minutes on the field. He has scored seven goals and provided three assists this season.[/spoiler]