Ronaldo Nazario will preside over tonight’s game on the second visit of Madrid to the Jose Zorrilla since the carioca took over the majority package of the Blanquivioleta club shares. And he will do it with the peace of mind of knowing that, whatever happens, his team will remain out of the descent. He will also have his head on the projects he would like to accelerate. Delegate all responsibility for transfers to its sports director, Miguel Angel Gomez (with which he forms a sports commission with Sergio Gonzalez), the Brazilian expects the works to build a new sports city (in Jalón pinewood), start as soon as possible: as soon as the town hall grant the club the plot. At the moment, as AS revealed last week, there are already operators in the area making measurements and tastings, so the waiting period seems not to last too long.Another of the fronts in which the club is still engaged (with its CEO, Matt Fenaert, in front) is the purchase of the stadium. This week The North of Castile confirmed the information offered by AS on October 24: the City Council has valued the stadium, with land included, at 21 million euros, an amount that far exceeds what was expected by the board, since the club expected to make a total rehabilitation of the same for a value close to 40 million euros. Now, the Pucelana entity will present its own appraisal and must decide whether to take over the stadium or renegotiate a new lease agreement with the City Council. Reinforcement. However, beyond these real estate projects, the pucelano partner is concerned about the progress of the team and the lack of reinforcements from a club that remains the second with the lowest budget in the League. The blanquivioleta fan highly values the projection of the Real Valladolid brand around the world with Ronaldo as the main ambassador and his intention to improve the stadium and facilities, but it is hard for him to understand that there is no money to sign players. More seeing how they spend other clubs immersed in the fight for not descending, in the case of Spanish, which has already spent 40 million on three signings in this winter market.The Brazilian has not fooled anyone. His idea (that of his advisors too) is that the Blanquivioleta club must survive with whatever it generates, completely discarding a capital increase that would increase the spending limit imposed by the League. After all, they say from the club, if the team descends it is sanitized to be able to continue competing in Second.