Brazilian player Léo Chu, currently with the Seattle Sounders, is at the center of attention for some of Brazil's top clubs. Information exclusively brought by Tiago Brandão reveals that Bahia, Fluminense, Athletico Paranaense, Atlético Mineiro, and São Paulo have shown interest in the striker.
According to Brandão's gathered information, as of now, no Brazilian club has officially submitted a proposal to the Seattle Sounders. The pursuits are characterized by inquiries, indicating preliminary interest in the 23-year-old player's skills.
Seattle Sounders, on the other hand, seems to have outlined its intentions clearly. The American club is willing to negotiate Léo Chu only through a permanent transfer, making it clear that loan deals are not in their plans. This stance adds a strategic dimension to the negotiation process, highlighting the club's determination to secure an agreement that aligns consistently with its objectives.
The firm stance of Seattle Sounders adds additional pressure on the interested Brazilian clubs, who now need to consider the financial feasibility of a permanent transfer.
Léo Chu's staff, as emphasized by Tiago Brandão, is open to listening to proposals, indicating the player's willingness to explore new opportunities in his career.