There is a point where an agent’s constant whining actually starts to hurt his client instead of helpong him. I think we are at the tipping point with Gabigol’s agent Wagner Ribeiro.
Inter fans are sympathetic that Gabigol has played less than 20 minutes since joining Inter for close to €30 million in the summer. They are sympathetic to his frustration that first Frank de Boer and not Stefano Pioli have refused to play him, even in matches where the game is already decided.
But that sympathy is going to end very soon if Ribeiro keeps talking like this to Radio Globo:
Inter are humiliating Gabigol. I will resolve this situation in January. I speak with the President of Santos on a regular basis. Everyone knows that Gabigol’s commitment with Inter is unsustainable in Brasil, no club can afford it. I have been in contact with a club from Rio and one from Minas for a loan but I cannot guarantee anything. I just want more my client to not be humiliated anymore.
Not even Inter can answer why he is not playing. They said he arrived from Brazil in good physical shape. The truth is they are not giving him a chance. He was a starter at Santos, capped by the National Team, came back an Olympic champion and was sold for an extraordinary figure. He has a five-year contract where it does not state he has to be a starter but a player with that kind of baggage who is not valued…it is very unfortunate.
First off all Inter are not humiliating Gabigol. They are paying him €385,000 per month. Which is a decent increase over the €42,000 a week he was making at Santos.
Second, Inter are not sending him back to Brazil either. The feeling seems to be that Gabigol is not physically ready for the riggers of Serie A. So a more likely destination is La Liga, where he can develop and play ever week.
The transfer window is almost open Wagner Ribeiro. Your client will be at a new club soon. There is no need to upset the supporters who were behind your client.
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