What a dream he had! He bought the ownership of his own childhood club, reorganized the club, and returned to the top of Brazilian football. Only time will tell how successful Brazilian legend Ronaldo will be in that plan. However, the Brazilian legend is facing the wrath of the fans in his own club.

Less than a month later, Ronaldo bought ownership of his first club in Brazil, Cruzeiro. But Cruzeiro’s supporters are angry with Ronaldo after goalkeeper Fabio, who has been with the club for a long time, announced his departure from the club over a deal with the new administration. Hundreds of supporters marched outside the club’s training ground, shouting slogans against Brazil’s Ronaldo, who won the 2002 World Cup.

In the 1993-94 season, Ronaldo made his professional football debut for Cruzeiro. However, European clubs are eyeing Ronaldo, who has scored 12 goals in 14 games in the first season, more than a season so the Brazilian legendary striker has not played in Cruzeiro. The following season he joined the Dutch club PSV Eindhoven.

From there, Barcelona, Inter Milan, Real Madrid and AC Milan jerseyed Europe. Ronaldo returned to Brazil in 2009, but in the Corinthians jersey. Whether that was the case or not, Ronaldo was feeling the added responsibility of Cruzeiro.
The Belo Horizonte regional club is one of the traditional clubs in Brazilian football, but it is no longer one of the best. Top level league is no longer playing! Cruzeiro’s dream of returning to the top tier, having played in the second division for two years, has been hampered by the club’s financial woes. Ronaldo bought the debt-ridden club for ৭ 60 million last month.
Earlier, Ronaldo also bought a majority stake in Spanish first division club Real Valladolid. He became the owner of two clubs with Cruzeiro! However, after Cruzeiro took charge of the club due to debt, Ronaldo announced that the club’s salary and other expenses would have to be reduced first. What is the problem with doing that? Maybe.