Once the greatest hope of world football, it declared bankruptcy

Once the greatest hope of world football, it declared bankruptcy
Once the greatest hope of world football, it declared bankruptcy

When he appeared on the world football scene, Royston Drente was said by many experts to be the biggest “pearl” on the planet.


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He arrived at Real Madrid with great fanfare, but his steep decline soon began, all these days when the Dutchman declared bankruptcy to the world.

Namely, the District Court of Zeeland West-Brabant announced the bankruptcy of Royston Drente, the Dutch “Voelbalzone” reported.

Due to this verdict, the financial condition of the football players will be under constant supervision and a manager has been assigned to control the assets of the former player.

In this way, at least for a short time, the procedure of bailiffs is “connected” while there is a financial “guardian”.

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Drente has stated on several occasions, and even wrote in his autobiography from 2017, that he was often cheated for a salary at Real Madrid.

The Dutchman is currently 33 years old and a member of the Kozaken Boys tree league.

In his career, he wore the jerseys of Feyenoord, Real, Heracles, Everton, Reading, Effield Wednesday, Kaiser and Sparta from Rotterdam.

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