The company of Peter Lim, Meriton Holdings, bought the rights to Rodrigo Moreno from Benfica in January 2014 for 30 million. It was one pure and simple investment. And today, in 2020, Lim continues to see her as such despite the fact that Rodrigo He was ‘transferred’ to the club that he bought months later, Valencia, and It has delivered remarkable sports performance, especially in recent years. Therefore, with the mediation of Jorge Mendes, Lim has put the Spanish international on the market in the latest transfer windows with a minimum sale price: 60 million euros. And Rodrigo has been close to packing and leaving Mestalla at the sweetest moment of his career. However, for some things or others, the sale never ended.Lim intended to put Rodrigo, at 29, back on the market this summer. But the economic situation of the clubs will be complicated, with what it seems difficult for any team to spend 60 million on a player, given the losses they will incur due to the crisis. Thebes already warned him the day before yesterday in a meeting with the clubs: “Forget about millionaire signings, go thinking about youth squads and play off on loan.” Jorge Mendes will try again this summer or when the next transfer window opens. Another thing is that there is a club that meets the economic aspirations of the Singapore magnate for Rodrigo.The big three touched RodrigoThe first time he was close to leaving Valencia was in 2018. With the arrival of Lopetegui to Madrid, the Hispanic-Brazilian became a number one white target. But in the end, Florentino did not fulfill the claims of his then new coach. Last summer he was even closer to leaving. Lim reached an agreement with Gil to go to Atlético for 60 million but before the rojiblancos had to place Correa, something that did not happen. Rodrigo came to say goodbye but in the end the operation was not closed. The last time was in January. Barça chose him as a substitute for Luis Suárez but he only wanted a loan without compulsory purchase and Lim did not swallow.
Think you know about using Facebook as a tool for your business? You should reconsider. Many in the industry have claimed to possess a better understanding than they actually had. When you’re using Facebook, you must understand that it’s a unique entity and has its own set of demands and challenges. There are plenty of mistakes that businesses make when using Facebook, some more common than others. Here are some tips to refine your best practices process when looking at your usage of this social media:Don’t just duplicate your Twitter strategy and apply it to Facebook. You never want to flood a Facebook update stream, but do want to stand out on Twitter because it’s busier.Don’t ignore your fans. If you have people interacting with you, make sure you interact back. Answer questions and be available.Common sense can get you a long way on Facebook. Read the full article by Mike Volpe for more information on this topic.AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitterShare to PrintPrintShare to EmailEmailShare to MoreAddThis