After Blocking Attempts To Pay Cavalieri, Justice Includes Flu In BNDT

In a difficult financial situation, Fluminense has more and more problems. This time, the Justice began to pawn resources of the club to pay the debt with the goalkeeper Diego Cavalieri. However, after six attempts to get due to the former tricolor athlete, the value, redeemed is still far below what is due.

The agreement between the parties defined that the Flu should pay R $ 6,105,124.74 in installments for the player. Of this amount, R $ 695,632.96 is related to overdue and unpaid labor. R $ 4,870,584.09 are related to severance payments set forth in the Term of Termination of Employment Contract and R $ 538,907.01 on the FGTS.

The club has already paid R $ 3.4 million. After the delays, the former goalkeeper tricolor charges the prepayment of the remaining installments, the balance due to FGTS of R $ 72,331.71 and a fine of 30%, which totals R $ 3,800,317.98. The information was given by Globoesporte and LANCE had access to the documents of the case, confirming that there was the sixth block.
The Justice has made six attempts to pledge resources, with blockades on 30/8, 12/9, 18/9, 25/9, 28/9 and Tuesday. The latter has not yet been transferred, which should happen in the coming days. Since there is still money to complete the amount owed, the trend is for new locks to be made.

Diego Cavalieri entered the field 352 times for Fluminense. During this period, he won the Brazilian Championship in 2012 as one of the team’s main players, in addition to the Carioca Championship in the same year and the First League of 2016. At the end of last year, the tricolor leadership released the archer and seven other players as a way to reduce payroll and help in financial reorganization.