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28 Apr 2010
Deportivo already contacted <i>Invertfultbol</i> in order to negotiate a second loan period for Brayan Angulo. In this opportunity the club won’t pay anything for the loan, but will have to decide if the player will be bought by February.

Lendoiro continues to make his moves in order to prepare the squad for next season; newspaper La Opinión A Coruña informed on Tuesday that Deportivo already contacted Invertfultbol in order to increase the loan period of left-back defender Brayan Angulo.

The Colombian arrived to Depor during the past summer; the club paid €100,000 for his loan, which was part of the compensation to his previous club, Portuguese Leixões. The deal also contemplated a €1 million buyout option that’s expiring on June 30. But the defender has barely played on the season, the reason was his serious knee injury sustained in the Copa clash against Real Murcia.

However, Lotina is happy with the player and now Lendoiro is negotiating his continuity. According to La Opinión A Coruña, on the past weekend the club sent an official communication to Invertfultbol informing that they want a new loan period, apparently both sides are willing to close the deal and in the end it seems that Depor won’t pay anything for this new loan and will keep the €1 million buyout option.

But Invertfultbol wants that the deadline to execute this second buyout option should be February of 2011, this in order to have time to put the player in the market in case that Depor denies to buy the player. Also, Invertfultbol first wants to sign a new contract with Angulo, because his current deal expires in 2012. It has been reporters that they want to extend the deal until 2014.



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