Paulo Henrique Ganso is in talks to return to Brazilian football. After expressing his desire, the 29-year-old midfielder received the green light from Sevilla and Amiens and was allowed to hit some team in his country. There are ongoing negotiations for a loan through December.
The question, however, is not simple. First for the high salary he receives – clubs that are in contact with Goose’s manager, Giuseppe Dioguardi, study engineering to reach a common denominator. And secondly, because whoever hits the player next will need an agreement with Sevilla. The Spaniards are less harsh than before in relation to the release of the sock to return to work in their country, but they ask for at least a sum in money.
Ganso has a contract with Sevilla until mid-2021 and is loaned to modest Amiens from France until the middle of 2019. After spending the last few festivities in Brazil, Ganso was released by the board of directors of the two clubs to continue his homeland while defining the future. The parties agreed on the deadline until the end of January. If the midfielder does not hit any Brazilian club in that period, he will return to Amiens in February to fulfill the remainder of the loan contract.
The priority is to return to Brazil. The markets of China and the Arab world are also possibilities, albeit more remote.
At the end of last year, Ganso got to have talks with Santos – the president of Pele and Neymar’s former club, José Carlos Peres, already made it clear that he would like the athlete’s return to the club that formed him. But the situation cooled off, especially with the arrival of coach Jorge Sampaoli, with whom the midfielder did not have an easy relationship in the period in which he was trained by him at Sevilla.
Paulo Henrique Ganso’s family, who liked life very much in Seville, did not adapt to Amiens and sees with good eyes a return to Brazil at the moment. Just like the player himself. He came to France in September and made 13 European season games but only six as a starter and did not swing the networks.