Juan Sebastián Verón, president of Estudiantes, commented with humor on whether he would make a formal attempt to find Dani Alves, a Brazilian star who currently plays for San Pablo.
“That was a live, questions came out, a comment … I answered it, but in a funny way, because the moment was coming. Now, it doesn’t cost me too much to ask for the phone and call him, huh. And that you answer me in the same way that the answer and the question were given, “he admitted.
“Now, what we least think about is seeing who we bring”, added the president of the Pincha in an interview with ¿How are you doing (Radio del Plata AM 1030).
In addition, Verón opined on the economic complications that institutions could suffer from the suspension of soccer due to the choroanvirus pandemic: “It is essential to find a way for the clubs to start receiving support. Internally we have already been doing it, but it would be important to have the support from the outside or a plan to be able to cope with all this. ”
Regarding the contracts of the soccer players, he stated: “There is a band of players who can bear to collect a minimum salary. Possibly someone will get a discount to help the next door. It is what corresponds. Some will be able to do it and another will have to adjust, to have their feet on the ground. ”
“Looking at what is happening outside, I do not think that the restart of football will be immediate. This is day by day ”, sentenced the President of Students regarding the resumption of competition in the country.