Zero-cost veteran in Portugal

Beto, Quaresma, Fernandes or Coentrao are free. All veterans and former LaLiga who could reinforce the Portuguese league. The former Real Madrid player has not played since 18/19.

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Portuguese football lives a golden age. Reigning European champions, Cristiano Ronaldo leads a remarkable generation with newcomers to the elite such as Joao Felix and others already more than established as Bernardo Silva, Joao Mario, etc.

Before them, there were others who still have football for a while but, for now, are looking for a new team. Among the many players who are already free in search of a new destination, there are several Portuguese talents who stand out for their experience and their CV, such as Beto, Quaresma, Manuel Fernandes or Fabio Coentrao.

The latter seems to be back after being without a club since 18/19. The former Real Madrid player points to Paços Ferreira, a signing that they hope will be resolved in the coming days, according to the Portuguese newspaper Récord.

In Porto they could enjoy two new level incorporations: Ricardo Quaresma and Manuel Fernandes. The ex of Barcelona and Valencia point to Do Dragao after their seasons in Turkey and Russia. The winger was close to Boavista but the operation put the brakes on and points to a return to the dragons. The midfielder, for his part, could return to Portuguese football for the second time. After making the jump from the Benfica youth academy and returning on loan in 2006 from Portsmouth, Porto could be his second club in his country. In recent years he has stood out in Russian football, where he has been seen in Europe and the Champions League, closing an excellent continental participation in 17/18 with six goals in ten games.

If Porto is going to bet on seniority, Sporting is on track to do the same with Beto. "It's the club of my heart," he acknowledged in an interview recently and Sporting seems to also have a crush on the former Sevilla goalkeeper. This season he played 30 games with the Turkish Goztepe in which he left a clean sheet eight times.



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