A transition to Manchester City could be a “fascinating chance” for Douglas Costa, says Rivaldo, with the unbelievable Brazilian encouraging his kindred comrade to push for a change away from Juventus.
The exceptionally evaluated South American winger has gone through the most recent three years in Turin, having finished an underlying credit change from Bayern Munich in the late spring of 2017.
Costa has shown up for the Bianconeri, recording 10 objectives and 21 helps en route. He has, in any case, began just seven Serie A games this season, with niggling thumps and Maurizio Sarri’s inclination for elective choices neutralizing him.It might be that the exchange entryway swings open this mid year, with a transition to England having been mooted for quite a while.
Rivaldo trusts Costa should eat up such a chance, with there a possibility that Pep Guardiola could hope to get the 29-year-old – who he recently worked with at Bayern – as a substitution for the withdrew Leroy Sane.
“Taking a gander at the exchange showcase, I think Douglas Costa moving from Juventus to Manchester City would be a fascinating chance,” 2002 World Cup victor Rivaldo told Betfair.
“Costa hasn’t played a lot at Juve and could locate a greater stage to sparkle at City as it appears the club is attempting to sign him. An expert profession is so short it will be significant for him to locate another club where he can play all the more routinely. He is an incredible player, who I truly appreciate.”
Costa isn’t the main prominent Brazilian who could be on taking on another test in the following barely any weeks.
Philippe Coutinho has been vigorously connected with a move away from Barcelona, Neymar keeps on creating exit talk at Paris Saint-Germain, while Richarlison has seen his stock ascent at Everton.
Richarlison is another that Rivaldo accepts is meriting a more fantastic stage than the one he at present graces, with the gifted 23-year-old having been connected with Manchester United and Barcelona previously.
“Another player who may move in the late spring is Richarlison,” said Rivaldo. “For his situation, he has been playing very well at Everton and ending up being their best player, so I envision that huge European clubs are genuinely taking a gander at him.
“I’m not putting down Everton yet I trust Richarlison has the right to play Champions League football. Maybe this is the second to take a jump, obviously, right off the bat he needs a decent proposal from a major club.”