Passed by Ajaccio, where he played for four seasons, Lucas Pereira died of Covid-19 in Brazil.
AC Ajaccio is in mourning. The Corsican club lost one of its former players on Sunday. Lucas Pereira, who played between 2004 and 2008 at the ACA, in fact died from complications caused by Covid-19. Hospitalized earlier this week, the former attacker suffered cardiac arrest.
“Our friend Lucas Pereira lost the match against the Covid”, reacted the Corsican club, adding: “This message plunges the club into an infinite sadness as the character had marked the spirits on the human and sporting level.” “Lucas, rest in peace, Bear forever”, concludes the press release, in Corsican.
Landed at 22 in Ajaccio, Lucas Pereira had scored 24 goals in 97 games before joining South Korea and then moving to Qatar, Brazil or Greece, where he ended his career there before returning to his country. native.
It is with great sadness that we learned of the disappearance of Lucas Pereira at the age of 39. The Brazilian left his mark on the club between 2004 and 2008. Riposa in paci Lucas! # Orsupàsempre 🙏🙏🙏https://t.co/87Hm65ztgv
— AC Ajaccio (@ACAjaccio) June 20, 2021