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Real Madrid ‘delighted’ with youngster, not ruling out €18 million permanent signing



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Real Madrid have built quite a reputation for nurturing Brazilian talents in the recent past. They have enjoyed immense success with the investments in Vinicius Junior and Rodrygo lately, and are actively looking for new talents sprouting up across the country.

One such investment was Vinicius Tobias, who was roped in from Shakhtar Donetsk on loan in April earlier this year, with an option for permanent purchase.

The right-back had joined Real Madrid’s reserve squad, Castilla, and has made a positive impact. He has enjoyed an excellent start to the new season, establishing himself as a key defensive component for Castilla.

The 18-year-old has racked up seven appearances for the club while also featuring twice in the UEFA Youth League.

In light of Vinicius Tobias’ excellent performances, Real Madrid are not ruling out signing the youngster on a permanent deal.

This has been reported by Sergio Santos, who suggests that Los Blancos are delighted with Tobias’ rapid progress this season. They are considering a permanent move for the 18-year-old, who has impressed the onlookers with his pace and athleticism out wide.

In addition to his dynamism, Tobias has impressed the Real Madrid setup with his professionalism and attitude as well. It has left the Whites with a critical decision to make, as the youngster has an €18 million purchase clause embedded in his loan deal.

A figure of €18 million is not insignificant, even for a club such as Real Madrid. However, given the way Tobias has grown into prominence in the course of the past six months, he has made a strong case for becoming a permanent player for the European giants.

At the age of just 18, the Brazilian could turn out to be an excellent addition to Real Madrid’s senior squad next season and a potential long-term replacement for the ageing Dani Carvajal.

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  1. Neville van Wyk

    October 15, 2022 at 12:13 pm

    Hope they keep him

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Real Madrid’s teenage sensation to join camp on Wednesday, Brazilian core to return later



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Real Madrid enjoyed strong representation at the recently concluded European Championship and Copa America.

Dani Carvajal is the only player who returned with silverware, but it is safe to say that all the team’s stars on international duty put up displays to be proud of.

The attention now turns towards the season that lies ahead. Carlo Ancelotti and co. have already begun working ahead of the new campaign, and the internationals will begin rejoining training in the coming week, as relayed by MARCA.

The early returnees

Having suffered an early elimination in the Euro with Croatia, Luka Modric is set to return to training as early as the beginning of the coming week.

The veteran recently renewed his contract with the club and will be looking to prove that he still has it on his feet.

Modric will be available soon at Ancelotti’s disposal (Photo by Justin Setterfield/Getty Images)

The team’s new signing, Endrick, will join forces with Los Blancos on Wednesday as he begins a new chapter in his short, yet illustrious career so far. All eyes will be on his official signing and presentation.

Meanwhile, Arda Güler and Antonio Rudiger are expected to return to training under Ancelotti towards the end of the week.

The late entries

Players who progressed relatively deeper into the recently concluded tournaments have understandably been granted a longer vacation, and both the French and English representatives of the club enjoy that luxury.

Needless to say, no specific date has been set for their return, considering that their campaign in the Euro ran deep into July.

The team’s Copa America stars, Vinicius Jr, Rodrygo, and Eder Militão, meanwhile, will report to training on July 31st. Federico Valverde, who finished third with Uruguay, will likely enjoy a longer hiatus.

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