“BRL 1.5 million/month”; Cuéllar ‘bombs’ this 5th and can return to Brazil playing in Flamengo’s rival

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Former Mengão midfielder has a contract at Al-Hilal, from Saudi Arabia, until June 2023, but entered the radar of a Brazilian rival

Photo: Pedro Martins/AGIF - Cuéllar played for Flamengo from 2016 to 2019 and can reinforce his rival
Photo: Pedro Martins/AGIF – Cuéllar played for Flamengo from 2016 to 2019 and can reinforce his rival

the fan of Flamengo already tired of seeing several players who passed through Ninho do Urubu being ventilated in the transfer windows. the colombian Gustavo Cuellar is one of them and, time and time again, there is news about Brazilian rivals here with an eye on their situation in the Arab world.

Cuéllar has been with Saudi Arabia’s Al-Hilal since mid-2019 when he agreed to leave Flamengo. He was part of the Libertadores and Campeonato Brasileiro champions squad under the command of Jorge Jesus, however, this Thursday (8), he returned to the Brazilian radar. Colleague Raul Moura, from the GOAL portal, informed that Vasco is interested in the 30-year-old midfielder.

“A survey, which was considered “strong” by people involved in the business, has already been carried out. Vasco has not yet formalized a proposal to Al Hilal”, informed the report. Cuéllar currently earns around BRL 1.5 million a month and his contract in Saudi Arabia expires in June 2023, meaning that as of January he can sign a pre-contract free of charge.

Cuéllar would be included in Vasco’s hiring profile, with the command of 777 Partners, which recently bought SAF from the Cruz-Maltino club. In Saudi Arabia, the midfielder played 96 games and led Al-Hilal to its third Saudi championship. In Brazil, Flamengo has already seen the midfielder being promoted in Botafogo, Grêmio, Corinthians, among other associations.

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