Famous brand to lend a hand to the Brazilians in Seedorf chase…
According to forzaitalianfootball.com, sportswear giant Puma are willing to assist Brazilian outfit Botafogo in the signing of Clarence Seedorf, paying the 36-year-old’s salary and completing a bosman move at the summer transferwindow.
Botafogo have been targeting the Milan midfielder from a long time, and Puma are set to aid their pursuit, as told by Lance.
Puma are Botafogo’s primary kit supplier, and they are set to aid the move and take on an undisclosed percentage of the star’s salary as part of their long-term marketing strategy.
Seedorf’s wage demands slowed the negotiations hitherto; however, Puma’s role in the move will boost in the completion of the move.
Seedorf will be given No. 4 shirt and primary space in their advertising campaign, in order to generate revenue from merchandises and jerseys, as report suggests.
Married to a Brazilian, Seedorf has long admired the South American Country and expressed his desire to end his career in Brazil.