Reinier and his signing for Real Madrid: “Let’s wait …”

first_imgThe young midfielder Reinier, the new jewel of Brazilian football, He avoided this Sunday speculating about his possible transfer to Real Madrid, which AS reported last Friday, and said it prefers to wait.“We’re going to wait”, was the sharp response of Reinier to the insistence of journalists who on Sunday covered the training of the Brazilian U-23 team at the Comary Farm, the sports headquarters of the Brazilian Football Confederation (CBF) in the city of Teresópolis, in the state of Rio de Janeiro.The Flamengo player completed his third day of practice with the canarinha He prepares to play the South American pre-Olympic tournament in Colombia and will grant two places for the Tokyo 2020 Games, in which Brazil, if qualified, will defend the gold medal he won in Rio 2016.The possible transfer of the player to Real Madrid has attracted the attention of the press that accompanies the preparation of the selection and which takes for granted by the Flamengo the value of the contract termination clause of the midfielder.According to the Goal portal, Flamengo executives were meeting Friday with representatives of the young player, headed by his father Mauro Brasilia, world champion of futsal with Brazil in 1985, and a “principle of agreement” would have been reached.In the meeting, according to the information, the Flamengo manager, Bruno Spindel, and the football agent Giuliano Bertolucci participated. The UOL Esporte portal indicated that the club in Rio de Janeiro would have accepted 80% of the termination clause, set at 35 million euros, and 20% would be shared by the businessman and the player’s family, who will turn 18 on the 19th of this month.However, on Saturday, Flamengo Vice President Marcos Braz said the last champion of the Brazilian league awaits a formal proposal by Reinier, the new jewel of the Rio de Janeiro team.“The proposal has to come first”, Braz told the digital edition of the O Globo newspaper in Rio de Janeiro when he was questioned about the “imminent transfer” of the player to the Spanish club, as the Brazilian press assures.Reinier did not play in November the U-17 World Cup played in Brazil and won by the hosts because Flamengo refused to give it up to have him in the first team that won the league and the Copa Libertadores of 2019. Raúl, coach of Castilla, who would be Reinier’s first destination if he signed for Real Madrid, said on Sunday about the possible arrival of the Brazilian: “I can’t tell you anything because I don’t know anything, you’ll have to ask the club or other people. Nobody has told me anything about this case.”If the transfer is completed, the player, compared to Kaká for his football similarities and for being both native of Brasilia, the Brazilian capital, would join four of his countrymen in Real Madrid: Casemiro, Marcelo, his former partner in the lower divisions of ‘ Fla ‘Vinicius Junior and Rodrygo, another of the Brazilian promises.last_img