A judicial telenovela involving defenders Didi and a R$330 million charge to Cruzeiro won another chapter. This Wednesday (01), the club was cited in the lawsuit brought by Grupo DIS and GT Sports, as well as businessmen Marcos Vinícius Secundino and Giscard Salton, who helped Fox buy the defender in 2013.
With this said, Cruise will have 15 days to make the payment or file her defense. In a note to a report Radio Itatiaia, The club has been informed that citation in the case is part of the normal flow in this type of process and that since it is a probation procedure, the club will subsequently present its defence, which is the probation ban. Additionally, he stated that “the amount will not be paid under any circumstances at this time.”
After Cruzeiro presents his defense, discussion of the process will actually begin, until the lower court’s ruling is issued.
Understand the situation – With the help of investors, Cruzeiro bought 45% of Dedé’s economic rights from Vasco for about R$14 million in 2013.
The rights of the defender were divided as follows: 51.91% belonged to the DIS group, 6.5% to GT Sports Accessoria, 30.5% to Marcos Vinicius Sanchez Secondino and another 11.09% to Giscard Salton, who transferred the right to the company to which he belongs. Partner: EAS Agência de Atletas Ltda.
At that time, the entrepreneurs signed a contract with Raposa, in which it was determined that if there was an early and unilateral termination of the Dedé bond, or if the player was able to terminate indirectly through equity, Cruzeiro would be required to pay the relevant amount to the sports compensation clause, Which was stipulated in the last contract of the athlete with the club in the amount of 330 million Brazilian riyals.
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