‘Schmidt sorts ahead of striker departure and sees potential replacement in De Kuip’

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‘Schmidt sorts ahead of striker departure and sees potential replacement in De Kuip’

Santiago Gimenez’s stay at Feyenoord may be limited to one season. Roger Schmidt’s Benfica has set its sights on the Mexican striker, Record reports.

Benfica is preparing for the imminent departure of Gonçalo Ramos, who should generate tens of millions of euros. Gimenez is reportedly emphatically in the picture as the successor to the 21-year-old Portuguese. For the time being, the Feyenoord striker is only on the list of potential candidates and no line has yet been set out for Rotterdam South, it sounds.

Gimenez dominates the main page of the Portuguese newspaper. The 21-year-old striker came over from Cruz Azul for four million euros last summer and was initially Danilo’s stand-in at Feyenoord. Since the new calendar year he has been the first choice in the point of attack and has not betrayed the confidence of Arne Slot. He has scored eight times in his last eleven appearances.

At Feyenoord, Gimenez is still committed until the summer of 2026. If Benfica wants to press ahead, the club will have to come over with a big bag of money.

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