Gabriel Jesus in a party with the Palmeiras in the Glass Libertadores

The whites torpedean the negotiation

The Madrid entromete in the signing of Gabriel Jesus

Published:25/06/2016 - 17:59h

Updated:25/06/2016 - 17:59h

After have not been able to tempt to Neymar Júnior and to go out him badly the jugarreta, Florentino Pérez treats of torpedear the signing of the forward Gabriel Jesus. A man that the Barça tantea for the future and that the Real Madrid wants to snatch him

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Florentino Pérez lights the fuse, once again, against the FC Barcelona. In this case, the mandator madridista would have ordered to the sportive direction of the Real Madrid to boycott the signing of the young forward of the Palmeiras Gabriel Jesus by the Barcelona team. The white general director José Ángel Sánchez would have interviewed , according to the newspaper "Sport" with the agent of the player in Europe, Giovanni Branchini.

In addition to "touching" to Branchini, the Madrid would have commanded also a delegation on purpose to Brazil to negotiate with the Palmeiras the signing of the attacker of nineteen years. The Madrid has excellent reports of the player and poses asestarle a hit of effect to his rival maximum, since in the state competitions can not do it.

However, the FC Barcelona could already have very advanced the negotiations with the player and the Brazilian club. Since the Barcelona think in Gabriel Jesus more in the future, do not have haste to bring it already to Europe and could leave it in the Palmeiras another season more, something that would like a lot to the club verdiblanco.

And in addition to all this, Gabriel Jesus wants to play in the FC Barcelona. The own player has recognised it and that is his wish. Share changing room with players of the size of Leo Messi, Neymar Júnior or Luis Suárez only can do in the City Condal.


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