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Jeremie Sarmiento

This may be old news; however, according to his dad he has signed a Pre-Contract with a Premier League club.
The source is Goal.com, I don't know how reliable they are tbf.

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  • He left years ago. Do you mean Santos? 
  • pettgra said:
    This may be old news; however, according to his dad he has signed a Pre-Contract with a Premier League club.
    The source is Goal.com, I don't know how reliable they are tbf.
    Manchester City I believe 
  • Sorry mate. Meant to say, he is leaving Benfica supposedly.
  • This young man will have a very good career.  A wonderful talent I saw play in a development squad pre-season game at Eastbourne.
  • pettgra said:
    This may be old news; however, according to his dad he has signed a Pre-Contract with a Premier League club.
    The source is Goal.com, I don't know how reliable they are tbf.
    Manchester City I believe 
    If he's leaving Benfica (his Dad gave an interview saying it's because he's not getting anywhere near a first team look in) then i can't imagine he's got much hope of getting near the City squad.

    To be honest his Dad sounds a bit of a prick. If you wanted your kid to be a first team regular at 18, then why didn't you keep him at Charlton?
    It's a mystery.


  • pettgra said:
    This may be old news; however, according to his dad he has signed a Pre-Contract with a Premier League club.
    The source is Goal.com, I don't know how reliable they are tbf.
    Manchester City I believe 
    If he's leaving Benfica (his Dad gave an interview saying it's because he's not getting anywhere near a first team look in) then i can't imagine he's got much hope of getting near the City squad.

    To be honest his Dad sounds a bit of a prick. If you wanted your kid to be a first team regular at 18, then why didn't you keep him at Charlton?
    Money.
  • pettgra said:
    This may be old news; however, according to his dad he has signed a Pre-Contract with a Premier League club.
    The source is Goal.com, I don't know how reliable they are tbf.
    Manchester City I believe 
    If he's leaving Benfica (his Dad gave an interview saying it's because he's not getting anywhere near a first team look in) then i can't imagine he's got much hope of getting near the City squad.

    To be honest his Dad sounds a bit of a prick. If you wanted your kid to be a first team regular at 18, then why didn't you keep him at Charlton?
    It's a mystery.


    I'd not be surprised if the signing of his next contract makes him a millionaire.  If he's not already.
  • edited June 8
    Would not have my dad running my life at 18 years old. Sounds like that's what's happening.
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  • Chunes said:
    Would not have my dad running my life at 18 years old. Sounds like that's what's happening.
    No but if it wasn't his dad it would be his agent, probably doing the same or similar things.

    He might be a Premier League player at 23, he might not be.  Only very special players are regulars at 18 or 19.  Some that aren't still go on and have great careers.

    It's not like he is running out of time at 18.
  • pettgra said:
    This may be old news; however, according to his dad he has signed a Pre-Contract with a Premier League club.
    The source is Goal.com, I don't know how reliable they are tbf.
    Manchester City I believe 
    If he's leaving Benfica (his Dad gave an interview saying it's because he's not getting anywhere near a first team look in) then i can't imagine he's got much hope of getting near the City squad.

    To be honest his Dad sounds a bit of a prick. If you wanted your kid to be a first team regular at 18, then why didn't you keep him at Charlton?
    Money.
    Yes obviously, but the Dad throwing his toys out of the pram because his kid isn't in the Benfica first team at 18 is ridiculous. If i was the kid i'd be embarrassed.

    How many 18 year olds are first team regulars at clubs who play in the champions league each season? Not many. If he was good enough, i'm sure Benfica would've played him. They've got a renowned youth team and are always bringing through young players. But when you think the likes of Joao Felix didn't break through until he was 19 and Ruben Dias was 20 it's madness this kid's Dad thinks he should be in their team at 18.
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