The tug-of-war between the New York Mets and Carlos Correa (29), which seemed to be over soon, has already passed for 15 days. The only news is that they are negotiating.

American CBS Sports Jim Borden reported on the 10th (Korean time) that New York Mets and Correa are still negotiating for a contract.

However, he noted that a final deal between the New York Mets and Correa is not imminent. They are still negotiating behind the scenes.

Correa agreed to a 13-year, $350 million contract with San Francisco at the end of last year, but a minor-league operation eight years ago was a problem. 토토사이트

San Francisco pointed out Correa’s physical condition, and eventually the contract was canceled just before the official announcement. Then came the New York Mets.

Correa immediately signed a 12-year, $315 million contract with the New York Mets, but again failed the physical. Same reason as San Francisco.

However, unlike San Francisco, the New York Mets did not immediately terminate the contract with Correa. Since then, the New York Mets have been negotiating with Correa.

Recently, there have been reports that there is a mystery team in contact with Correa. But the team most likely to sign Correa is still the New York Mets.

The contract between San Francisco and Correa was canceled on the 22nd of last month. Afterwards, Correa immediately signed with the New York Mets and received a physical examination again on the 23rd.

After that, on the 26th of last month, the news of Correa’s second physical examination was dropped. Since then, both sides have been negotiating for more than 15 days.

Of course, it’s not even the end of January yet, so both sides have more time. There is less than a month left until 2023 spring training.

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