After signing some expectations just over three years ago, Chilean midfielder Angelo Araus has lost morale with coach Sylvinho and faces a moment of doubt at Corinthians. The 24-year-old has not been on the field for eight matches and sees no prospect of recovery at the club.
Araos has had ups and downs since joining Parque São Jorge, in June 2018. He was loaned to Ponte Preta at the end of 2019, and has passed through more than five Corinthians coaches, but has never graduated from the main team.
When Sylvinho arrived, it looked like the midfielder would gain new life at Alfinegro. He entered the field during the coach’s debut, against Atlético-GO and was first in the next three matches, but he went to the bench and lost space between 11 starts in each passing match.
The last time he played for 45 minutes was in a 1-0 loss to Fortaleza, just over three months ago, when he entered the second half. After that, he played for two minutes against Atlético-MG, for 34 minutes against Flamengo and for only one minute against Atlético-GO, on the last opportunity he entered the field for the Corinthians, on 12 September.
Since then, Araus has alternated between playing full matches on the bench or even linking up by Sylvinho, in a streak that went to eight matches. In the last clash, the Chilean did not even travel to Porto Alegre to face Internacional due to the captain’s technical choice.
Aras, so far He had the opportunity to leave Corinth In the final days of the transfer window, when he received an offer from Colo Colo from Chile, but the offer did not satisfy him and the player remained in Timão without knowing when he would return to the field.
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