Andrey Santos Loan Agreement Collapses


Andrey Santos Loan agreement collapses as Palmeiras turn down two requests from Chelsea.


According to sources, the proposed loan transfer of Andrey Santos to Palmeiras has fallen through because the Brazilian club will not concede to two of Chelsea’s primary demands.

Vasco da Gama paid £18 million to bring the 18-year-old to Chelsea during the January transfer window, but because he has been refused a work permit, he is presently unable to represent the team.

Santos was initially expected to join Chelsea’s first team right away, but the club is now trying to assist the midfielder in getting a work visa.

Santos’ prospects of obtaining a work visa would be improved if he participated in the Copa Libertadores, which Palmeiras offered Chelsea as a good alternative.
Nevertheless, according to Lucas Pedrosa, Palmeiras and Chelsea were unable to come to terms because the Premier League insisted that Santos be released in time for Brazil’s Under-20 World Cup campaign, which starts in May.
In order for him to participate in their preseason preparations, Chelsea also wanted the loan agreement to terminate at the beginning of July, but Palmeiras wanted to keep the midfielder through the end of the year.

Lance claims that Vasco are prepared to concede to Chelsea’s demands and will allow the midfielder to rejoin them at Stamford Bridge in the summer.

Paulo Bracks, the sporting director at Vasco, stated earlier this week: “I want Andrey here, even if it’s just for one game” as Andrey Santos Loan agreement collapses.



Brazilian professional footballer Andrey Nascimento dos Santos (born on 3 May 2004) plays central midfield for Premier League team Chelsea.

Santos was first introduced to futsal when he was four years old in an effort to reduce his weight. During his time in the junior program of Vasco do Gama, he fell in love with the game and started out as a defender before being moved up to the middle.

At the 2019 South American U-15 Championship, Santos represented Brazil’s under-15 team. He has also competed for his country at the under-20 level. Santos led the under-20s to an undefeated championship in the 2023 South American U-20 Championship while scoring a share of the tournament’s top six goals.

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