This stance was expressed in a press release, the Azores flag officially transferred to the Brazilian athlete
After the club criticized the deal, Santa Clara SAD on Tuesday believed that the transfer of Lincoln from Turkey to Fenerbahce was “a good deal for all parties involved”.
This position was expressed in a press release, with the Azores emblem officially transferred to the Brazilian athlete, which Fenerbahce had already conveyed on Monday.
“This is a favourable deal for all parties involved. As he heads to the final year of his contract with our club, the athlete will travel to the Turkish Championship and leave an undeniable legacy in the history of our institution” , the Azores advocates are sad.
Santa Clara stressed that the player had a “will” to “take the opportunity” to go to Turkey, and said the Azores would receive “a percentage of future sales” in addition to the amount involved in the transfer (no, however, elaborating Amount of the transaction).
“Leaving the club as one of the captains, always showing exemplary professionalism, selflessness and gratitude to Santa Clara, the Azores has once again opened the doors of European football for Lincoln, who will bring the Azores to the On the chest has helped our badge make history in recent seasons,” the statement read.
On Monday, Fenerbahce, who appointed Jorge Jesus as head coach earlier this month, reported that they had reached an agreement with Santa Clara to hire Brazilian footballer Lincoln.
The Turkish club said on social media: “Our club has reached an agreement with Santa Clara on the transfer of Lincoln Enrique. The footballer will come to Istanbul for a medical examination so that we can continue the process.”
On the same day, before the deal became official, Santa Clara, which owns a 40 percent stake in SAD Azores, revealed it had voted against the sale of Brazilian footballer Lincoln to Turkish team Fenerbahce at a SAD board meeting. Happened on Saturday. .
“Clube Desportivo Santa Clara voted against accepting the proposal to sell the sports rights of the athlete Lincoln to Fenerbahce FC at the meeting of the board of directors of Santa Clara Açores SAD on June 11, 2022”, read the post on the social network Facebook statement.
According to the club, which does not hold the majority of the equity in SAD, which is fighting in the I League, “the proposed proposal does not safeguard the interests of the island emblem”.
Midfielder Lincoln, 23, arrived in Santa Clara from Gremio at the start of the 2019/20 season and has three seasons remaining with the Azores, during which he made 110 appearances and scored nine goals.
During his career, the player has played Turkish football and in 2018 he was loaned to Kecur Rize Sports by Gremio.