Gabriel Neves and Jonathan Calleri cost US$ 600 thousand (R$ 3.1 million) to the coffers of the São Paulo. The values were agreed by the Morumbi team with the respective managers and clubs.
Uruguayan and Argentinean signed a loan agreement with Tricolor until December 2022. Each operation will cost US$ 300 thousand, which is equivalent to a little more than R$ 1.5 million at the current price. Therefore, the deals together surpass the R$ 3 million barrier.
The main difference is in relation to purchase amounts, also provided for in the contract. If you want to be with Gabriel Neves, who has just turned 24, São Paulo will have to pay $1.7 million to the National, from Uruguay. The value today represents BRL 8.84 million, but it must change according to the exchange rate at the time.
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A definitive hiring of Calleri, who will turn 28 on September 23, will cost $3 million to the Morumbi team, the equivalent of BRL 15.6 million nowadays.
There is another detail regarding the Argentine fans’ darling: if the attacker receives an offer higher than $6 million (BRL 31.2 million) from mid 2022, São Paulo will have to pay 30% of the amount, or US$1.8 million (R$9.36 million) to be with him.