Corinthians, by Augusto Melo, prepares to close a deal

Corinthians, by Augusto Melo, prepares to close a deal
Corinthians, by Augusto Melo, prepares to close a deal
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Corinthians

Timão can raise a lot of money for its coffers through an agreement on image rights for the Brasileirão

Per João Costa

Updated on 02/01/2024 – 07:39am BRT

Per João Costa

Updated on 02/01/2024 – 07:39am BRT

Alvinegro could close historic deal in Brazil

O Corinthians is shaking up Brazilian football in search of ways to attract investment. Augusto Melo and his management are already closing some deals to fill the coffers.

© Photo: José Manoel Idalgo/ Agência CorinthiansAugusto Melo could sign a billion-dollar deal – Photo: José Manoel Idalgo/ Agência Corinthians

This is done due to the fact that the Timão wants to get reinforcements for Mano Menezes’ squad. Now, the board’s idea is to obtain more and more investments for the Parque São Jorge Club.

An update on the possibility of a truckload of money arriving in Timão has just been confirmed. A historic deal can be closed in Brazilian football and help Brazilian teams.

Image rights for the Brazilian Championship have been negotiated. There is a great possibility that the Clubs could close a deal to exploit their images in the National League.

Agreement between the leagues forwarded

To negotiate this agreement, two groups formed by Brazilian teams emerged, the Libra and the Strong League. Because the teams were divided and separated, business progress was being dragged.

However, according to information collected and brought by the Gazeta Esportiva website, a meeting took place between representatives of the two blocs and this could mark a union between the groups.

As a result, this combination could mean an even higher value than what was being negotiated separately. Second PVCO Final agreement could be closed for R$2.5 billion and the amount will be divided.

The consensus is very close that more money can be made in the medium term, and that even at this moment it will not be necessary to park on the R$ 2.2 billion from the previous contract. Even if the gain is smaller than one would like, there will be money close to R$2.5 billion, at least”, revealed the journalist.

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Leila has influence in unity

Leila Pereira, president of Palmeiras, had already made it clear, from the beginning, that for these agreements to be carried out it was necessary for Brazilian clubs to join together. Since all the main teams are involved, the agreements may have higher values.

In an interview with commentator Casagrandeshe explained that the possibility of joining the blocks to negotiate image rights for the Brasileirão is close to happening and this will help all teams that are involved.

“Everyone wants the same thing and they can’t close it. So, what we are trying to do is at least come together to be a commercial bloc together, because it would be much better and the values ​​would be much more relevant. We are very close, you know?”, Leila said.

Several Brazilian giants are in both blocks and could benefit from an agreement. Athletico, Atlético, Bahia, Botafogo, Corinthians, Coritiba, Cruzeiro, Flamengo, Fluminense, Internacional, Grêmio, Palmeiras, São Paulo, Santos and Vasco are part of the list.

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João Costa is a journalist who has been covering Brazilian football for around four years with an emphasis on clubs from São Paulo, Rio de Janeiro, Rio Grande do Sul and Minas Gerais, namely: Cruzeiro, Grêmio, Flamengo, Vasco, Corinthians, Palmeiras , São Paulo and Santos. Graduated in Social Communication – Journalism, from the Pontifical Catholic University of Minas Gerais (PUC-MG) in 2022. Currently at Bolavip Brasil, he worked for communication vehicles such as Portal Amirt and Mercado1Minuto.

The article is in Portuguese

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