After six months of having reached the UANL Tigers, the Venezuelan striker, Yeferson Soteldowould be faced with the possibility of abandoning the feline team, because in Brazil it is mentioned that the Sao Paulo He is interested in signing him, taking advantage of the fact that the Mexican team would not be happy with the South American due to alleged indiscipline.
Soteldo was acquired by the UANL Tigers in January 2022 from Toronto FC in exchange for just over 6 million dollars, signing a 3-year contract.
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In Brazil it is mentioned that Sao Paulo is seeking to take advantage of an alleged annoyance from the Tigres board to go for the signing of Soteldo and they would be requesting a bank loan to be able to bid for the winger.
The South American press assures that Sao Paulo would offer 25 million Brazilian reais, around 4.8 million dollars, far from what the felines paid 6 months ago, so it seems very difficult for this hypothetical offer to convince the board of the Mexican team.
Another point against Sao Paulo is the salary of the Venezuelan, since in Tigres they offered him a contract of 1.6 million dollars per campaign.
Soteldo already had his time in Brazilian soccer with Santos FC, a club where he played 87 official games (7,016 minutes), registering 19 goals and 16 assists.
With Tigres, his record barely reaches 1 goal and 2 assists in 16 games, where he has played 555 minutes.
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