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EITA! FORMER FLAMENGO FOLDER REMEMBERS TENSE MOMENT WITH NICOLÁS DE LA CRUZ, CURRENT RUBRO-NEGRO

At the time, the Uruguayan ended up losing a tooth

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Former Flamengo midfielder, Jonas gave an exclusive interview to ‘GE’ this week. Among several topics, the player recalled a play with De La Cruz, in 2018. On that occasion, Jonas, from Fla, and De La Cruz, from River, split and the Uruguayan ended up losing a tooth.

In the statement made to the portal, Jonas stated that there was no malice and that, in the play, the referee didn't even call a foul. Furthermore, he also wished good luck to the current Mengão midfielder.


”Wow, the guys are always marking me in this way. They put me in a dentist's outfit: “This one removes teeth without anesthesia”. That whole review (laughs). There, I stopped to control the ball, he came at speed, and my elbow hit him right in the mouth. So much so that I didn't even get a yellow card and the referee didn't even give me a foul, it was a normal part of the game. It wasn’t my malice”, he said, before adding:


”Today, if I met him, I don’t even know if he would meet me. But he would talk in a good way, wish him good luck. I don't think I would apologize because it was a natural part of the game. (…) Just wish you success, as you are part of a great team. I believe he will be happy, win many titles and please the fans, who are betting a lot on him. This duo of him and Arrascaeta has everything it takes to get along”, he added.




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IT'S TO CELEBRATE! FLAMENGO RENEWS CONTRACT WITH ADIDAS: A LONG-TERM AGREEMENT

Ultimately, the renewal of the contract between Flamengo and Adidas represents not just a commercial agreement

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Renewing the partnership vows, Flamengo and Adidassigned a historic agreement that will extend their collaboration until 2029. According to information released by the newspaper O Globo and corroborated by reliable sources, the contract, estimated at R$ 100 million annually, represents a significant increase compared to the previous agreement.

The current link between the Rio club and the German brand is scheduled to expire at the end of 2025. However, in a strategic move To avoid approaching competitors, Adidas chose to start renewal negotiations early.


According to the terms of the new contract, Flamengo will see its fixed annual earnings grow from R$32 million to R$ 44 million. In addition, the club is expected to receive an additional R$55 million annually in royalties, representing 35% of shirt sales.


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Although the renewal still needs to be ratified by the club's Deliberative Council, sources close to the process say that approval is practically a formality, given the strategic importance of the agreement for both parties. Adidas has been a key partner for Flamengo, not only providing high-quality sports equipment, but also playing a crucial role in strengthening the brand and expanding its global presence.

< In turn, Flamengo has emerged as one of the most successful and popular clubs in Brazil and the world, providing Adidas with a valuable platform to promote its brand. By renewing this long-term contract, Flamengo guarantees a stable source of revenue that will contribute significantly to its financial sustainability and continued growth. Furthermore, the agreement strengthens the club's position as a commercial powerhouse on the global sporting stage, allowing it to compete more effectively for talent and resources.



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FLAMENGO CONSIDERS INVESTING THROUGH FIELD IN THE MID-YEAR WINDOW, CHECK HERE BELOW

Seeking to further strengthen its squad for the season, Flamengo is evaluating the possibility of an attempt to sign the talented midfielder

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The Rio club's interest in Pereira emerged as part of a strategy to reinforce its midfield options, aiming for national and international competitions. Although no negotiations have been officially confirmed so far, sources close to the club claim that Flamengo is closely monitoring the player's situation, evaluating his availability and the terms of a possible transfer.

Matheus Pereira, from 24 years old, he is seen as a promise on the Brazilian football scene, with technical skills and game vision that highlight him as a potential reinforcement for any team. His time at Cruzeiro put him in the spotlight, despite the turbulent moment faced by the Minas Gerais club.


The possible arrival of Matheus Pereira at Flamengo raises questions about how he would integrate into the current squad and what his tactical role would be within the coach's scheme. Furthermore, adapting to a large club like Flamengo is also an aspect to be considered, both for the player and the coaching staff.


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From a financial point of view, hiring Pereira would involve a significant investment on the part of Flamengo, not only in terms of transfer, but also in wages and other costs associated with your hiring. However, the potential sporting and commercial return of this signing could make it a viable bet for the club.

Meanwhile, Matheus Pereira remains focused on his performance for Cruzeiro, contributing with his talent and commitment within field, even in the face of the challenges faced by the team. However, it is important to highlight that, until there is an official announcement from Flamengo or Cruzeiro, all information about this possible negotiation must be treated as speculation.


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