Grêmio closes the signing of defender Matias Antonini
20-year-old defender will initially be used in the Tricolor transition group
Antonini restarts work working in transition group Credit: Reproduction Twitter Matias Antonini Lui / Press Release / CPPeople's Mail* With information from reporter Cristiano SilvaGrêmio closed the negotiations and defender Matias Antonini is the new reinforcement of the club.Initially, the 20-year-old defender should work with Thiago Gomes in the transition group, which disputes the Brazilian Aspirants.However, the player received much praise from President Romildo Bolzan and is seen with potential to integrate the professional in the future.The player took exams on Thursday morning and in the afternoon already trained with the new teammates.The 1.92-meter quarterback started in the Tricolor base classes and had a spell at the City of Meda Sports Association, Inter Milan and Cagliari.Antonini was free in the market and Grêmio will not have to direct values for its acquisition.The deal was close to being unfeasible due to the costs Tricolor would have...
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