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Tottenham’s £16m offer for Gerson rejected by Flamengo

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Goal affirms that for the 23-year-old ‘s marking, the Tottenham has had regular conversations with the entourage of Flamengo midfielder Gerson, with the Premier League side ready to pay £ 16 million ($20 m).

It is understood, in any case, that the Brazilian club has no expectation of selling one of their star men, and the player himself appears to be sharp for his improvement under Jorge Jesus, who as of late marked a one-year contract augmentation to stay in his homeland.

Jesus mentioned the Brasileiro champions last season to retain the administrations of his main players, with the club looking to make a raft of sales to ease the financial strife caused by the coronavirus pandemic ‘s financial impacts.

As such, Spurs’ £16m offered won’t be accepted by the board, and Gerson has no issues with that choice as he is quick to proceed with his great structure under his present coach in an offer to get a call-up from the Brazil national team.

It could be of little astonishment that the player isn’t attempting to tie down a transition to Europe, having experienced a nightmare spell at Roma after turning down Barcelona, Borussia Dortmund and Arsenal’s proposals to go after a situation at Olimpico Stadium.

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