Continue chanting os fãs do verdadeiro futebol brasileiro com sua humildade e criatividade 🤖💚P.S: Volta logo, beleza ??? pic.twitter.com/U5PUnEgGdK– Goiás Esporte Clube (@goiasoficial) January 10, 2020 Madrid will close the signing of Renier Jesus in the next few days. The white club will pay 30 million to Flamengo and sign the young Brazilian for six and a half seasons. Before the imminent departure of Reinier, the Brazilian club has already sought substitute. This is Michael, a player who comes from Goiás. The Flamengo, champion of the League of Brazil and the Copa Libertadores in 2019, hired forward Michael Michael as reinforcement for the current season, that at 23 and as Goiás club scorer, he was chosen as the biggest revelation last year of the main local tournament.Although the club in Rio de Janeiro refrained from confirming the hiring and clarified that it is still waiting for the conclusion of the negotiations, the Goiás admitted it in a message that it published this Friday in its account in Twitter and in which he said goodbye to Michael and thanked him for the services rendered. “Thank you Michael. Continue to captivate true Brazilian soccer fans with your humility and creativity. But come back quickly,” the Goiania city club announced in its official account by confirming the player’s exit. According to press releases, the most popular club in Brazil he offered the striker a contract for five seasons and paid 7.5 million euros for their federative rights, a record value in transactions between local clubs by a Brazilian player.The attacker was also targeted by the Corinthians, But the São Paulo club gave up negotiations last week because of high values and left Flamengo free.Michael was one of the most outstanding players in the Brazilian League last year, with 9 goals in 35 games with the humble Goiás, a club that surprised to conclude in the tenth position of the classification on his return to the first division.Michael is the fourth Flamengo booster for the current season after the hiring of the strikers also Thiago, from the Nautical, and Pedro Rocha, from Spartak Moscow, as well as the defender Gustavo Henrique, who played in Santos.The Brazilian champion also negotiates the hiring of the young attacker Pedro, that the Fluminense sold to Italian Fiorentina last year.Flamengo has so far hired three new strikers and negotiates a quarter even though he still does not know if he can continue with Gabriel Barbosa, ‘Gabigol’, the scorer of the Brazilian Championship and the Copa Libertadores, who played until last December at the Rio club de Janeiro on loan from Inter Italian Milan.The Carioca group negotiates with the Italian the acquisition of the rights of Gabigol, but so far it has not reached any agreement.Shortly before saying goodbye to Michael, Goiás announced that he will replace him with Argentine forward Daniel ‘Keko’ Villalva, 27, formed at the base of the River Plate and that arrives in Brazil from the Mexican Veracruz.