Ronaldo Nazario tests positive for Covid-19; is absent from the Cruzeiro party – El Sol de México

The ex-footballer Ronaldo Nazario tested positive for Covid-19 Y may not be present at the party for the 101 years of Cruzeiro, of which he has been the majority shareholder since last month, the Brazilian club itself reported this Sunday.

The acquisition by Ronaldo of 90 percent of the shares of the Cruzeiro was announced on December 18 and this January 2 The “Phenomenon” was scheduled to lead a series of events that will be celebrated for the 101 years of the club, which has been in the Second Division since 2019.

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However, their presence is frustrated after the positive for the coronavirus, which was confirmed this Sunday, according to a statement from the club in which it is also reported that Ronaldo has “mild symptoms”, but will remain “confined” and “at rest.”

The former player began his professional career precisely at the Cruzeiro, in which he was active between 1992 and 1994, when he began his European adventure, which led him to PSV Eindhoven, Barcelona, ​​Inter, Real Madrid and culminated in Milan, from which in 2008 he returned to Brazil to retire at the Corinthians, in 2011.

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Cruzeiro faces a very serious financial crisis and Ronaldo will disburse 400 million reais (about 72.7 million dollars) for 90 percent of the shares of the entity, now converted into a commercial corporation.

Ronaldo, who is also the majority shareholder of Spanish Valladolid, has already made some controversial decisions to face this situation and begin to put the finances of the club in order, whose debts are estimated to exceed 300 million dollars.

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The first of these was the dismissal of coach Wanderlei Luxembourg, who had directed him in the Brazilian team and Real Madrid and had been in charge of Cruzeiro since the middle of last year, when he arrived with the mission of taking the club back to the First Division, but was unsuccessful.


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