Valencia forward Dorlan Pabón could join Brazilian club in January according to agent
Colombian forward Dorlan Pabón could be moving to Brazil in the distant future after his agent spoke with Spain newspaper Superdeporte.
The 25-year-old Valencia striker has started 12 games for Los Che but only found the net three times, a disappointing return following his exploits at Real Betis last season.
He joined Betis on loan in February and scored eight times and created three goals during 17 games, this including scoring in the 3-3 derby draw against rivals Sevilla.
And Superdeporte now believes a move to Brazil is most likely, especially after Pabón’s agent Riccardo Calleri spoke with the publication.
“Upon the arrival of Pizzi, it is possible that Pabón will go to Brazil on loan,” Calleri said.
Juan Antonio Pizza is Valencia’s new manager and now that he has come in Pabón looks likely to leave.
Three teams from Brazil are interested in securing his services, with one of them São Paulo who openly are on the look out for a forward.
If Pabón was to move to Brazil and enjoy success it would significantly boost his chances of making Columbia World Cup squad.
He scored twice in qualification for the World Cup and will hope to be a part of the squad in June.