The Brazilian attacker Ramon Cunha de Mello, better known as Ramonzinho and who militated in the quarries of Corinthians Y Botafogo, died at 21 years of severe kidney failure as a result of a nephrotic syndrome, confirmed Thursday sports sources. The young promise He started his sports career with just eight years old at the Nova Iguaçu club in Rio de Janeiro, where it remained for a decade, until 2017.“It is with immense sadness and regret that we report the death of the player Ramonzinho, 21, a victim of complications after suffering a nephrotic syndrome“Nova Iguaçu said in a statement. Ramonzinho then went through the lower categories of Corinthians (2017 and 2018) and Botafogo (2018 and 2019), who also regretted his death in separate statements. The skillful attacker fhe was one of the most outstanding players in the 2018 Sao Paulo Cup, a very often under-20 soccer tournament by analysts of powerful European clubs, after scoring three goals in that year’s edition. “Corinthians lends its solidarity to the player’s family and friends at this difficult time“The São Paulo club indicated in a note. For their part, Botafogo and Nova Iguaçu decreed mourning over the next few days for the tragic end of the attacker.