Vítor Pereira’s manager, Kia Joorabchian, told the backstage of Corinthians’ attempt in keeping him in the team for the next season and exposed the controversies involving negotiations with Flamengo🇧🇷
According to the words of the agent, in an interview with ‘Rádio 365’, Timão tried to make a ‘crazy proposal’ and, according to the manager, he himself ‘was against it and was sad’ with the decision of VP.
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The justifications for Vítor Pereira not to renew his contract with Corinthians would be related to ‘family problems’ – more specifically, due to the mother-in-law’s medical condition.
– Everyone helped and supported Vítor. After all, Corinthians made a crazy offer for Vitor to stay. For the support that the fans and the board gave, they don’t deserve what happened. Now, every person has their reasons. I was against it and I was sad. I know he had a problem with his family and then he decided to leave,” said Kia Joorabchian.
However, the controversy arose because the expectation was that, due to the argument used, VP would return to Europe. However, a few days later, news began to appear about conversations and negotiations between the coach and Flamengo, and according to the THROW! he added, this situation generated discomfort with the Corinthians board and with the fans themselves.
The businessman stated that ‘neither the board nor the fans deserved a situation like this’, but sees Vítor Pereira with the potential to win the Club World Cup with Flamengo.
– What happened, neither directors nor Corinthians fans deserve it. But, you have to see the other side. Vítor is a professional who wants to work. Flamengo’s board made a very good offer. He saw that he can win the Worlds. But nothing has been confirmed yet, I’m not involved – he added.
Now, Corinthians will be commanded by coach Fernando Lázaro, who already knows the names of the new coaching staff. Among these are assistants Thiago Larghi and Rodrigo Santana, as well as physical trainer Flávio de Oliveira.