Wallyson 'at home' at São Paulo
New São Paulo signing Wallyson has spoken of his joy at joining the Paulista giants, having quickly settled in at the Morumbi.
Wallyson, 24, arrives after a successful spell at Cruzeiro, which unfortunately fizzled out after a serious knee injury suffered in mid-2011.
Now, with his fitness problems hopefully behind him, the striker is hoping to return to former ways under a familiar face in Ney Franco—his former Atlético Paranaense manager.
"I already feel at home, I know everybody," Wallyson told reporters.
"Ney Franco has always been an open coach with his players. He gives advice to the youngsters and always offers help."
Wallyson is one of several new attacking options to arrive at São Paulo ahead of the 2013 season, with former Figueirense striker Aloísio also joining, as well as Flamengo's Negueba.
The latter, though, has already been ruled out for much of the season with knee ligament damage.
Another forward tipped to join in the near future in Napoli's Eduardo Vargas, who should complete a one-year loan move in the coming days.