In search of deep salary cuts, Cruzeiro may try to adjust the salary of Fábio, the idol of celestial fans
Now under new management after the arrival Ronaldo phenomenon Since the approval of the SAF (Sociedade Anônima de Futebol), it has become Sea trip It is experiencing the first period of anxiety for 2022. In pursuit of drastic cuts in salaries and investments for next season, the unprecedented Raposa crisis could be the goalkeeper’s “next victim” Fabio.
With over 16 years at Cruzeiro and aiming to reach his 1,000th game in the Celestial jersey, Archer renewed his contract with the club for another year in November 2021, but he could suffer a strong salary adjustment, as he receives one of the cruises’ biggest payouts.
Depending on the new meeting between the parties and the club’s demand to cut their salaries, Fabio Cruzeiro could leave, which would be the first “big crisis” for the new Raposa management. The idol of the masses became more specific and strengthened his authority with the fans after his relegation to the second division of the Brazilian championship.
The athlete took a public stand as news broke of corruption involving former club officers. Fabio even led a layoff for the athletes due to the delay in their salaries this year.
The new cost-cutting decisions at Cruzeiro have had a direct impact on the project for 2022. So far, coach Vanderlei Luxembourgo and chief football officer Alexandre Matos Raposa have left.
The trend is for Cruzeiro to undergo a new departure in the coming days, as the main objective of the new management is to reduce expenses as much as possible and try to “organize the house” for the future. Raposa’s total debt is currently around R$1 billion.
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