The Corinthians board has scheduled a meeting with Vasco and is trying to close a new deal to collect the money deriving from the sale of left back Lucas Piton. The 23-year-old left Timão for Cruzmaltino at the end of 2022, but the Sao Paulo club never received the agreed value of the deal.
At the time, Corinthians negotiated 60% of Piton’s economic rights for 3 million euros (R$16.5 million at the period price). The agreement was that Timão would receive the amount in installments, which never happened.
Due to the debt, Corinthians instructed Vasco to turn to the National Dispute Resolution Chamber (CNRD) of the CBF.
The clubs are still looking for an amicable agreement and, according to Wesley Melo, the club’s financial director, a meeting is expected between the parties to reach a new agreement regarding the deal.
“Yes, we have money to receive from Vasco. We are talking to them, we have a meeting scheduled this week or next. Our lawyers have made an appointment with them. They will pay, there are serious people there, Vasco has become SAF , I hope it works, this process in Vasco is very correct. We are taking the precautions we need to take. As we are pressured by creditors, we also put pressure. We ask, we take measures, we have gone into some important issues with Vasco and I hope it is achieved an agreement,” the director said My Rudder.
A graduate of the Corinthians youth team, Piton played 108 games for the club, 82 as a starter, with two goals scored. For Vasco, the athlete participated in 44 games during the year, with one goal and six assists.
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