According to information provided by journalist Venê Casagrande, The day, Flamengo sent a new official proposal to Santos for Angelo this Tuesday (7). Thus, the value offered in this third offer by the 18-year-old striker is 13 million euros (about R$ 71 million, at current prices) for 80% of the athlete’s economic rights.
Thus, if Peixe accepts, the player must sign a four and a half year contract with Rubro-Negro, who has been negotiating with Alvinegro since January.
In your column on UOL, Milton Neves mocked Flamengo’s interest in Ângelo. Thus, the presenter skewered Rubro-Negro, calling the Rio de Janeiro club “envious” and mocking that the Gávea team wants to be “the Santos branch in Rio”.
In this sense, Milton Neves remembered the slogan “Flamengo plays at home”, considering that the motto is increasingly “outdated”, citing Vinícius Júnior as an exception. “But you can’t keep him, he’s good!”, teased the broadcaster, referring to the Real Madrid star.
Milton Neves renames Flamengo as “Clube de Regatas Santos Carioca”
So, the columnist insinuates that Flamengo, due to its good financial situation, tends to target names from Fluminense and, mainly, Santos. “Look, my people, the newest example of this Flamengo idolatry for Peixe. There are thousands (or even millions) of players around the world. And where does the current target of the red-black board play? At Santos, of course!”, prodded Milton Neves.
Thus, the presenter cited Gabigol, Bruno Henrique, Thiago Maia and Marinho, as examples of players from the current Red-Black squad with previous passages through Vila Belmiro. In addition, he played with the name of Flamengo’s main goalkeeper (Santos) and mentioned former Flamengo players Diego and Gustavo Henrique, who also played for Santos previously.
“Frankly, isn’t this fixation that Flamengo has with Peixe impressive? It’s incredible!” questioned Milton Neves. Finally, in a mocking way, the presenter suggests changing the name of the Rio de Janeiro club to “Clube de Regatas Santos Carioca”.