I can leave, but I insist on wages… I have no intention of lowering my weekly wage by ‘230,000’

There is a way to reduce wages for Lucas Moura to transfer.

England’s ‘The Sun’ said on the 29th (Korean time), “Everton, Crystal Palace, and Southampton want Moura’s free agency (FA) transfer. 230 million won).”

Moura is having some dark days this season. Moura, who lost his starting position with the addition of Dejan Kulusevski from last season, became more cramped with the introduction of Richarlison in the transfer market last summer. He eventually showed an effort to change his position to right wing-back during the pre-season period.

He made up his mind that he would not back down from the main competition, but the reality was different. He is only sighing as he overlaps with an injury in a situation that is not enough even if he plays a peak performance in a small opportunity. He even came back from injury midway through, but he suffered a tendon injury and was forced to return to rehabilitation. At the point where the World Cup period was over and January was coming to an end, he was finally ready to return to the ground, raising his senses from his experience in the second team stage.

However, there is a high possibility that his reality will still be off the bench. This is because Tottenham recently signed left wing forward Arnaut Danjuma. Moura, who lost his place at Tottenham like this, is expected to leave the team at the end of this season. 스포츠토토

Several English Premier League (EPL) clubs are showing interest in Moura. Mid-low teams such as Everton, Palace and Southampton are actively recruiting Moura.

If Moura simply wants playing time, it is advantageous to transfer to the club in the transfer market this winter. But the problem is wages. For now, Moura has no intention of lowering wages.

The media said, “Moura hopes for a contract to receive 150,000 pounds (about 230 million won). Tottenham is keeping the transfer of Moura open, but will only consider a transfer when Moura comes to the right offer. But Tottenham is Moura Moura “I don’t think I deserve a salary like that. I’m willing to let him go before the winter transfer window deadline.”

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