In recent years, Botafogo lived most of the time with hat in hand. It was enough for a player to stand out or play a little more and he would leave. But Alvinegro did not do a good deal. It always sold for much less than it was worth. That’s because he was pressured to pay wages or emergency debts that kept all the money. It was an estate going away without yielding any profit.
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I remember a conversation with a football director from Botafogo who vented after selling a good defender. Sopu obliged to do this. Sell for nothing. Meanwhile Palmeiras and Atlético sell for a fortune. What defines the value is the haste with which those who are going to sell have to receive the money – he said.
Botafogo will have to pay more than 5 million euros if he wants Paulinho
This is indeed part of the recent past. But that is no longer part of the Botafogo routine. However, the market unfortunately did not realize this. When Krasnodar arrives offering BRL 40 million per Kanu it’s because it still takes time for them to understand that Botafogo is no longer sold for a mariola and two paçoquitas.
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If we do the conversion then the value is ridiculous in euro. Any bad defender in European football sells for double. And it has nothing to do with whether you think Kanu is good or bad. You have to value what you have in your hand. And that’s what Botafogo is starting to do. Krasnodar, stop by tomorrow…