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Reinier, comparisons with Kak and expansive transfer policy – SPANISH FOOTBALL

by: Adam Smith





The midfielder, 18 years old, has played 15 games with Flamengo, who receive about 30 million euros for the transfer.

Reinier, during a training with the Brazilian selection sub-23.

Reinier Jesus Carvalho (Brazil, 2002) blew the candles of his 18th birthday on Sunday without the concern of cul will be the great gift of such a celebrated anniversary. The gift was the efemride itself, because with the oldest of age already fulfilled the obstacles were finished to sum up his signing for Real Madrid. The white club, cautious after the surveillance of FIFA with transfers of minors, had chosen to wait to formalize the incorporation of the young Brazilian midfielder. Until on Monday, 18 years and a da, Reinier officially became a Real Madrid footballer.

The entity chaired by Florentino Prez has spent about 30 million to incorporate a player who in Brazil already compares to Kak, despite his youth. Like l, Reinier is a clsico cut midfielder, with a lot of technical quality and ease of seeing door. He’s physically gifted for the second striker posicin, but don’t invent, don’t put him in a band because they’re going to strangle him. The system is essential for you to be able to perform. For example, he struggles to play in a 4-3-3, he pointed out his coach at Flamengo, Portuguese Jorge Jesus, in an interview at Brand.

With the Carioca ensemble – of which Alsobin I sali Vinicius, two year older than Reinier – he became in November the champion of the Copa Libertadores, in which his participation is limited to 20 minutes in the round of the eighth against Emelecatono. In league, on the other hand, he played 14 matches, six of them as a starter.

South American Preolmpico

The boy will not immediately join the white discipline. He will do it when the journey of Brazil ends in the South American Preolmpico. If he enters the final sit-off, as he seems, he’ll play his last game on February 9. In the event of a debacle of the canarinha, to be free of international commitments on 31.

Reinier, however, joined The Castilla that manages Ral in Segunda B, a team in which to play the remainder of the season. As already happened with Take Kubo, now on loan to Mallorca, his extra-Community condict prevent him from playing Zinedine Zidane’s rdenes, as the three seats are already occupied by his compatriots Eder Militao, Rodrygo and Vinicius. Two players, the last ones, with whom they have a lot in common, since like them has left the Brazilian league young to reach the Bernabu as the star of the future.

Reinier delves into the expansive policy of signings that Real Madrid has launched in the last. Given the increasing difficulty in signing consolidated stars on the European scene, due to their scarcity compared to the abundance of clubs with exorbitant budgets – from the grands of the Premier to the PSG, to classics such as Bayern, the Juventus or Barcelona itself- the white club has set out to incorporate young promises all over the world. The philosopher is to sign future slats before they are.

235 million in five years

As they have arrived in the last aos Martin Odegaard, Fede Valverde, Vinicius, Rodrygo, Andriy Lunin and Kubo. Without disdain, of course, the national market: Marco Asensio, Jess Vallejo, Dani Ceballos, Lvaro Odriozola, Brahim Daz and Soro, zaragoza midfielder. For all these footballers, in addition to Theo Hernndez – passed to Milan for 20 million euros – Real Madrid has spent about 235 million on the last lustro, according to the Transfermarkt portal. Ms of half, 125, corresponds to the three Brazilians.

Currently, and not counting Reinier himself, Real Madrid has 39 players among those on Zidane’s rdenes and those who are on loan in First-party clubs – tambin Bundesliga and Premier – and Segunda. Of these, 20 are 23 years old and are Sergio Ramos, Marcelo, Luka Modric and Karim Benzema over 30, attesting to the commitment to the rejuvenation of the squad.

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