By Guillermo Sanchez
According to Jon Heyman of New York Sports: “Carlos camp in contact with at least one other team for the first time in 2 weeks as negotiations with the Mets regarding contract language are a bit tricky”.
The Minnesota Twins “They were one of the teams in contact with Boras” Jon Heyman added. The Twins’ offer is reportedly around a 10-year, $285 million contract.
I quote: “This latest twist has at least added additional intrigue to a situation that everyone had agreed would likely lead to a deal with the Mets, perhaps later this week, even after they raised an issue involving Mets’ right ankle.” Correa in medical exams».
We don’t know how serious these conversations are, but according to the report, someone within the Mets organization mentioned to Heyman that the Puerto Rican would reach an agreement with the club.
In New York, they mentioned a health issue related to Correa’s ankle/leg in his physical just after they finalized a $315 million, 12-year deal. Mets general manager Billy Eppler and the Mets’ top lawyers have handled most of the talks over the past two weeks, but Cohen, the one who made the deal with Boras in the early hours of December 21 from Hawaii , where he was on vacation, is now believed to be at least peripherally involved, which should be a positive sign.