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With endorsement by Tiago Nunes, Corinthians sends 'barca' to 2020 that already has four names


Although there are still five matches left for the end of the Brasileirão, and consequently for the end of the season, Corinthians has already begun its planning for 2020. And one of the first functions of coach Tiago Nunes, who has not taken office, but already works Behind the scenes, is to define the players who will remain in the roster for next season.

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And according to the portal UOL Sport, with the approval of the new coach the club from São Paulo would already have as "certain" the departures of four players who are in the current squad, is still led by Dyego Coelho. The first of them, the steering wheel Mantuan.

On loan at Ponte Preta at the beginning of the season, the 22-year-old has already returned to Parque São Jorge and has even taken advantage of some training. However, Corinthians forwards a new loan, this time to the West, where it will compete for Pasulistan and Brasileirão Series B. With his contract ending at the end of 2020, the player should not return to Alvinegro.

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Then comes defender Manoel, the holder of the Corinthian defender. Loaned by Cruzeiro until the end of the season, the player will not be permanently hired by Timão, since the value of his pass is considered high.

Lastly, come the duo Fabrício Oya and João Victor, both from the Corinthians base. The first one was loaned to São Bento, but it has already returned and must be given again. Already the second, will have equal destiny, since the intention of the board is that the defender gains experience.

While no departure is officially confirmed by the team's board, Corinthians will return to the field next Sunday (November 24), when they face Botafogo in Rio de Janeiro, for the 34th round of the Brazilian.

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