After breaking up with Fluminense yesterday (14), Nenê settled his return to Vasco. The 40-year-old player signed until December 2022 and will receive the million-dollar debt that Cruzmaltino still has for the midfielder’s first passage through São Januário.
In his original charge, in May of last year, Nenê charged R$2.9 million. However, the following month, an agreement was approved in court that reduced the amount to approximately R$ 1.2 million to be paid via the Labor Act. However, Vasco was removed from the Government program this season and the athlete ended up joining the list of the Creditors Committee that charges the club with a total of R$93 million.
Now, with the settlement of the return enshrined, Nenê will continue with the debt he has to receive separately, without diluting his new maturities with Vasco – according to the calculation of the UOL Sport with the board. On the other hand, the midfielder accepted a reduction in relation to the values he received at Fluminense.
After completing the bureaucratic procedures of his termination with Tricolor, Nenê posted on her social networks thanking the Laranjeiras club, citing important moments in her passage.
For Fluminense, the midfielder played for 118 games and scored 28 goals. His last participation was against Chapecoense, in Chapecó, for the 19th round of the Brazilian Championship.
At Vasco, Nenê had a remarkable experience between 2015 and the beginning of 2018, after ten years working abroad. Although he was unable to free the club from relegation in his first season —despite being awarded as one of the highlights of the Brazilian Nationals at the time—, he was champion of Rio de Janeiro in 2016 and the Taça Rio 2017, gaining prestige with the fans. In São Januário, there were 129 games and 42 goals.
At 40, the experienced player intends to play at least until the end of 2022 before retiring.