August 18, 2022
Cruzeiro: Ronaldo "opens his pocket" and sends a message after investing 22 million Brazilian riyals in Raposa

Cruzeiro: Ronaldo “opens his pocket” and sends a message after investing 22 million Brazilian riyals in Raposa

Sea trip

Considered one of the most serious short-term problems, it has now been resolved and new registrations allowed in Raposa

(Photo by Franklin Jacom/Presseuth/NoorPhoto via Getty Images) - Ronaldo wrote a letter to fans.
(Photo by Franklin Jacom/Presseuth/NoorPhoto via Getty Images) – Ronaldo wrote a letter to fans.

A behind-the-scenes news sparked in Sea trip Last Monday (24), it brought an air of hope, as the first goal was achieved: the debts that caused lawsuits in FIFA were paid, allowing the entity to release the club to register players. The club’s new owner, Ronaldo, has spent more than 20 million Brazilian riyals to resolve the situation, but has sent a message to his supporters about the matter.

Within the letter signed by the ace, Make a point of remembering that he still doesn’t actually own Raposa stock, but I still have not conceded to resolve this outstanding issue. In December, when the agreement was announced, there was a signature of the intention to buy 90% of the shares of SAF, which the club is still under analysis.

“This amount was not currently expected – We are in the due diligence period and have not yet signed the purchase agreement that will confirm that I am the majority shareholder of SAF. My move is a vote of confidence in reclaiming our home and a steady step toward a new Cruzeiro — tough, strong, committed and respectful.”The former striker stressed.

This problem involved, in particular, two cases: The first was the amount to be paid to Defensor, from Uruguay, by Arrascaeta, who currently plays for Flamengo. In addition, the same situation occurred with Mazlatán, from Mexico, by Duvier Riascos, located in Alianza. Both positions have been known since mid-2021, when sanctions were imposed.

Thus, with these outstanding issues resolved and a bit of a backstage heavy atmosphere eased, Raposa is racing against time to score the 11 boosters that have been announced for the season. However, the situation still depends on FIFA, which needs to release the penalty and inform the Brazilian Confederation of the situation. The “rush” is due to the fact that the club has until 19:00 this Tuesday to register players.