Vitória’s Maxi Biancucchi offered to Vasco da Gama
Maxi Biancucchi’s manager Regis Marques has offered the Vitória forward to recently relegated Vasco da Gama after admitting he has good links with the club.
Marques helped transfer Martin Silva and Aranda to the Rio de Janeiro club and now Biancucchi could follow them after it was revealed that he wouldn’t be renewing his contract with his current side.
Marques confirmed that Biancucchi has been offered to Vasco da Gama.
“We announced yesterday (Thursday) that Maxi would not renew his contract with the Victory and I am offering the player to clubs that I have a good relationship with and one of them is Vasco. I just negotiated two players for them.”
Biancucchi, Lionel Messi’s cousin, had a successful season in the Brasileirão scoring 11 goals in just 23 appearances but may favour a move back to Rio de Janeiro as he played for Flamengo between 2007 and 2009.
His manager Marques has admitted though that he has only offered the Argentine forward to Vasco and hasn’t had any serious conversations with their hierarchy.
“There was no direct dealings on Maxi. I just offered him to Vasco but I have a conversation with Rodrigo Caetano planned and you will see if there is interest from the club for the athlete then.”