Marcos Leonardo, the 20-year-old Brazilian attacking talent, was linked with a potential move to Roma during the summer transfer window. The rumors surrounding the transfer were prevalent, with many speculating that the move would materialize.
However, as the transfer window came to a close, Leonardo remained with his current club, Santos FC. Despite the rumors, no official offer was made for the player, and he remained with Santos.
In late August, Leonardo spoke out about his dissatisfaction with the lack of transfer activity surrounding him. He expressed his desire to play in Europe and his disappointment that a move had not materialized.
However, the player remained committed to his current club and continued to work hard on the pitch. Santos FC director, Ricardo Gomes, acknowledged Leonardo’s desire to move to Europe and stated that the club would not stand in his way if a suitable offer was made.
In recent days, rumors have resurfaced about Leonardo’s potential move to Europe. However, Santos FC director, Ricardo Gomes, has stated that the player is likely to stay with the club until January, at which point a transfer may be possible.
Gomes emphasized that the club values Leonardo and would only consider a transfer if it was in the best interest of both the player and the club. As such, it remains to be seen whether Leonardo will make a move to Europe in the near future or continue to develop his skills with Santos FC.