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Denilson has finally convinced Real Betis to loan him to Rio club Flamengo for the upcoming season.

Betis paid $16 million for Denilson, but will now loan him out for a combination of economic and sporting reasons, as directors at the Seville club didn’t want to devalue the player by forcing him to play Spanish second division football.
 

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he really cot 35 mln$, just a bit less than Anelka:D And I do not agree this is the best move for him. He has and IMO will suck for Betis, so they should've just ridden themselves of this burden. He will never be good for any team:(
 

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Wow, that was realy harsh! If he can return to Brazil and play on home ground a season he might get some confidence back. And you cant expect the pressure being as high on him as when he arrived, i think ghe will be at least better AFTER the loan then BEFORE...
 

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Denilson de Oliveira was, is and will be a great player. I never denied that. Unfortunately he will never be of any help to any team, he simply sux when he has to do something not for himself, but give the ball to his teammate. And if you bel;ieve that will change after Brazil, I simply beg to differ:D
 

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Labas, your simply missing on thing-he is still on his "potential" level and you cant really say how good he is. One year without pressure and hard training with Flamengo will make him more "rateable".
 

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First Denilson is older:) hehe
second I didn't say that. ometimes yuo're indolence amazes me R&B!:) I think sure, he'll be better, but he will never learn to play for a team! He will always play for himself, and the team will usually lose on that:(
 
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Flamengo have signed Denilson on-loan from Spanish side Real Betis.

Denilson was the most expensive footballer in the world when he moved to Seville for £23 million from Sao Paolo in the summer of 1998, but he has not enjoyed the expected success at the Benito Villamarin, and the real low point was seeing Betis relegated to the Spanish Segunda Division.

Despite this, the young starlet has said he would stay at Betis if he had to, but Flamengo have made their move to take him back to his native Brazil.

Flamengo president Edmundo Santos Silva completed the deal with Betis supremo Manuel Ruiz Lopera on Friday, and he agreed that the Brazilian team would pay $3 million for the one year deal and would also match Denilson's wages.
 
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