Leaving for Cruzeiro, Willian Pottker says goodbye to Inter: “Thanks for...


After confirmation of the correct answer between Inter and Cruzeiro, striker Willian Pottker, who will go to Minas in exchange for the arrival of young midfielder Mauricio, said goodbye to Colorado on social media. “Thank you Internacional for everything you have provided me in these last years. At your worst moment in history and perhaps at the best moment of my career, I chose to wear this shirt of such greatness”, he says in an excerpt of the message.

Long to be unanimous with the colored shirt, Pottker arrived in 2017, for the disputed Series B of the Brasileirão, and helped the team, at the time led by Guto Ferreira, to rise to the elite of national football. “I don’t regret my choices at all, on the contrary, I thank you for everything that this Club has given me”, reiterates the athlete.

Playing 108 games over four seasons, Pottker scored 26 goals with Inter’s shirt. Unlike Porto Alegre, where he was constantly criticized by the crowd, the player arrives with “morale” in Minas Gerais, as it was a request from coach Felipão, who took over the Minas Gerais club a few weeks ago.

On the Colorado side, the young midfielder Mauricio, 19, will be presented this week in Beira-Rio.

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