The Spanish press reported that at least 3 English clubs are showing interest in the transfer of young star Vinicius Junior.
The teams with the ambition to own Vinicius in the squad next season are MU, Liverpool and Newcastle.
Fichajes reported that problems off the pitch could become the reason to push Vinicius away from Real Madrid in the near future.
Vinicius was the victim of a wave of racism in football fields across Spain.
The latest incident on Valencia’s Mestalla field caught the attention of the whole world.
The Royal Spanish Football Federation (RFEF) must come up with a solution by removing the red card that Vinicius received, as well as closing the Mario Kempes stand in the Mestalla and forcing Valencia to pay a fine of 45,000 euros.
In the recent 2-1 win over Rayo Vallecano, the Bernabeu stadium showed affection and support for the Brazilian player.
Even so, according to Fichajes, Vini does not rule out the possibility of finding a more comfortable environment, at least protecting him in the fight against racism.
Vinicius needed the most comfortable environment, with the fans welcoming him, to continue developing his career to new heights.
English football clubs all promise to bring Vinicius the best environment to focus entirely on his expertise.
Among the three clubs mentioned above, MU has the most advantage after Erik ten Hag’s army won the right to return to the Champions League after defeating Chelsea 4-1.
Liverpool yearn for Vinicius to share the job with Mohamed Salah. However, “The Kop” does not appear in the Champions League next season, so it is difficult to attract the attention of the 22-year-old player.
Meanwhile, Newcastle also got Champions League tickets and had strong financial resources from Saudi Arabia, but could not match the reputation of MU – the team that was promised by the Glazer family to pump a large budget despite the transfer of ownership rights or not. Are not.
The Brazilian environment at Old Trafford, notably Casemiro, is seen as a great advantage to help MU attract Vinicius.
Ngoc Huy | 19:05 May 26, 2023