“How can I give an interview in Spanish if I don’t even speak Portuguese right?”, Joked the influencer on social networks
Iran Ferreira, the mason’s glove, continues its saga through Spain. After going to the Majadahonda, the Atlético de Madrid training center and the Spanish club’s stadium, the influencer was invited this Friday 12 to participate in a special review at the home of striker Diego Costa.
In addition to the striker, who had a short spell at Atlético-MG in 2021 and was transferred to Rayo Vallecano, other Brazilian athletes were present at the fraternization, most of them Atlético de Madrid players, such as defender Felipe , striker Matheus Cunha and left-back Renan Lodi.
Also present is the striker Reinier, who belongs to Real Madrid and is in the sights of Valladolid. Luva de Pedreiro and the Brazilian players hit the ball together, played table football and laughed a lot. “You are the best in the world”, Iran Ferreira told Diego Costa in one of the moments captured and shared on social media.
The Bahian influencer is the special guest of La Liga for the start of the Spanish championship. The tournament started on Friday, with Osasuna’s 2-1 win over Sevilla: “How can I give an interview in Spanish if I don’t even speak Portuguese correctly? That’s why I trust God,” joked Luva de Pedreiro first give an interview to the official channel of the Spanish league.
Among the main matches of the opening round is the duel between Barcelona and Rayo Vallecano, this Saturday, at 16:00 (Brazil time). On Sunday, at 5pm, Real Madrid pays a visit to Almería. Atletico Madrid will play on Monday at 14:30 against Getafe. Mason’s Glove also appeared with a different look. His new haircut bears the adidas crest, with which he recently closed a new deal.
Iran Ferreira, known as Glove de Pedreiro, visited the Atlético de Madrid stadium this Thursday, posed in the team’s uniform and had to hide the emblem of Nike, the team’s sports equipment supplier. In the agreement with adidas, the digital influencer will no longer be able to wear the uniforms of teams not sponsored by the brand, as was common in his trajectory towards world fame.