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Matheus Bedou confirms his departure from Cruzeiro and says goodbye to the fans

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Matheus Bedoux will follow him at Cruzeiro in the 2023 season

Matheus Bedou on Cruzeiro in 2023. This Wednesday (30), the left-back took to social media to officially say goodbye to Rabosa. Watch the video below.

In negotiations with Corinthians, the 23-year-old said he would now support Celeste FC “from afar”. “Being part of Cruzeiro made me proud,” he said. Read below, in full, the letter posted by Side.

Cruzeiro would have preferred to buy part of Bido’s economic rights from the Guaraní, but chose not to invest about R$6 million. Fox attempted to negotiate the value, but was unsuccessful.

Even with the interest of Corinthians, who conducted the first counsel in September, Bedoue, on several occasions, reinforced, I hope to stay on a cruise In 2023. However, the will of the left-back was not enough to convince Guarani to reduce the transfer value.
Biddo was in coach Paolo Pezzolano’s starting line-up for almost the entire season. In 2022, he participated in 39 matches, scored three goals and served his teammates with three assists.

Players who will not follow Cruzeiro in 2023


The message was sent by Bidu

Today a very important cycle in my career ends, I will take all the teachings with me with much love and affection.

Being part of Cruzeiro has made me very proud of everything we have been through. I remember that I arrived at the club with the aim of taking the strongman to Serie A and, together with my teammates, we secured access and the Serie B title. !

Thank you very much Nao Azul, my fans will now be from afar, but I thank the club that opened doors for me and taught me so many things, the players, the management and all the staff who helped us and were on this day. Today to overcome this is the goal of the club and the fans, who were very important, who gave us strength and support from the very beginning!

Thank you, see you later Cruz.


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