The player revealed what his plans will be for the 2023 season and if they include leaving Flamengo for Galo
Libertadores champion this Saturday (29), Rodinei, who has already been criticized by Flamengo fans, has his contract coming to an end. On December 31st, his relationship with the Rio de Janeiro team ends. Recently, the player ‘proved his worth’ when he scored the goal that gave the title of the Copa do Brasil to the Cariocas, against Corinthians. On penalties, after Mateus Vital lost to the São Paulo team, Rodinei gave joy to his red-black people.
With the end of his contract, Rodinei is being linked in some clubs, mainly at Atlético Mineiro. After winning the Libertadores over Athletico-PR, the player talked about a possible departure from the Rio de Janeiro team: “I stress again. I don’t have anything yet, with any club. I don’t have anything signed, I can say 100%. They say a lot of things, but Charlie Brown Jr.’s Chorão said: ‘Many say, little know’. I don’t have anything signed. If I had, I’d be talking here, even more so after a title.”
Rodinei also stressed that his contract actually ends in December, but that his future is still undefined: “My future belongs to God. I have four more games in the Brazilian Championship. December. It’s to keep working hard, giving my best every day. Then we’ll decide where my destiny will be. I don’t know if I’ll stay at Flamengo, if I’ll go to another team. But God knows all things”.
Recently, the president of Atlético Mineiro, Sérgio Coelho, discussed in an interview with O Globo about the possible arrival of the side to the team, in addition to denying that if there was, it was not on the part of Rodrigo Caetano: “I don’t know anything about it. We have two good full-backs. If he had known, he would have told me too.”