With so many Brazilians players belonging to Ukranian sides, many clubs from the South American country have been watching the current situation and expecting potential market opportunities in the coming days.
The likes of Corinthians, Palmeiras and São Paulo are said to be interested in the signing of Shakhtar Donetsk winger Pedrinho, and according to new reports, there are Premier League clubs in the race as well.
Gazeta Esportiva writes that Everton and Wolverhampton Wanderers are two sides who made an approach for the 23-year-old.
It’s said Wolves have a little advantage over the Toffees, since it was Bruno Lage who brought Pedrinho to Europe, as he was in charge of Benfica when the club signed him in 2020.
With the situation in Ukraine being quite difficult to predict, it’s still not clear how long the players will be allowed to stay away from their clubs, even though they’re already free to join whoever they want.
As written by Gazeta Esportiva, in case of a move to the Premier League, Pedrinho would stay until the end of the year and then become an option for a permanent transfer.
The report claims the winger should take a decision before Friday. He’s said to be ‘moved’ by the chance of reuniting with Lage at Wolves, but is also said to be willing to stay closer to his family in Brazil following what he lived in Ukraine.