La Liga News 

Real Madrid concerned for Brazilian starlet Vinicius Junior

Real Madrid are worried that their Brazilian sensation Vinicius Junior has become a target in his home country, Marca reports. The Flamengo wonderkid completed a €45 million move to the Spanish capital in May 2017, he will not be able to join until his 18th birthday, which is on 12th July this year. Yet, since the announcement was made, the Brazilian has endured some tough challenges from opponents, leaving Los Blancos fearing he could be severely injured. While Real Madrid are concerned for their future star, they will still be unable…

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Global News 

Brazilian star wants Flamengo stay; holds off Real Madrid arrival

Flamengo star Vinicius Jr. has told Real Madrid that he wants to remain in Brazil for the time being, rejecting the chance to join the Spanish club this summer. Mundo Deportivo reports that the Brazilian youngster wants to remain in his homeland to develop, before making the move to Europe. The talented teen was expected to join the reigning La Liga, European and World champions this coming summer but he spoke about his desire to help his current club win the Copa Libertadores last month. “My plan is to stay here until…

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News Spain 

Brazilian star unsure of Real Madrid transfer date

Flamengo star Vinicius has spoken about his pending arrival at Real Madrid but said he does not know a date for the move. The talented teen is expected to join the reigning La Liga, European and World champions next summer but he has spoken about his desire to help his current club win the Copa Libertadores. “My plan is to stay here until the end of 2018,” Vinicius told reporters, as quoted by Diario AS. “I want to win the Copa Libertadores here and then it will be time for…

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Gossip La Liga 

Madrid and Barcelona fight for Brazilian wonderkid … again

After battling it out in the past for Brazilian wonderkids in Robinho, Neymar and Vinicius Junior, it appears Real Madrid and Barcelona are ready to go again. The player in mind this time is Lincoln Correa, better known as just ‘Lincoln’. The 16 year old plays for Flamengo and is the star of the U17 World Cup so far. The striker was born in Espirito Santo, but moved to neighbouring state Rio de Janeiro to join Flamengo aged just 11. After impressing through the youth system, he signed his first…

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