Kaio Jorge's mom, Karina Athen, promises to get out of Santos in the next few weeks. The subject of a farewell has already been sent to the Gazeta Esportiva portal on Wednesday.
The family of the assailant is unhappy with the dead game when discussing the first professional deal. The bond form is valid until January 31, 2020. Exacerbated circumstances would be an alleged court order in the CBF to call the U-17 team.
Fish wants a five year contract with 100% of economic rights and increasing wages within a career path. Parents and entrepreneurs want much higher salaries and 20% of "pass".
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"There's a farewell momentum in life. Anyone who wants to keep, cling and try too much, ends up cheating alone, drops in hopes, pledges and empty words. Shared experiences in the walk up here will be the opportunity to achieve the joy of reaching the intended destination. Today, we close our circle at Santos Futebol Clube. Our thanks to those who even from outside, but always present, loved us and supported us in good times and bad times, "says the text sent by the mother of Kaio Jorge.
On the other hand, Santos says that the negotiations did not stop, refused any application made to CBF and warned of the costs to break the training contract.
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"I'll fight for the end to renew with Kaio. There's nothing like that, I did not talk to CBF. The training contract is valid and it's not easy to leave. The account is roughly as follows: the cost of training and salaries up to the end of 200 times (of the fine). Something around R $ 60 million. Who is going to pay for it ? "Marco Maturana, Fish base category manager, told the report.
With the imbuzzing, Kaio Jorge has not been working for the Santos professional cast. The 16-year-old was promoted by the Cuca trainer in September and made his first first in a 1-0 victory over Atlético-PR in Vila Belmiro on June 30.
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