Barcelona’s another setback as Real Madrid secured Brazilian teen sensation Vinicius Junior

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Barcelona’s future target man, Flamengo’s Vinicius Junior is only hours away from signing a new contract with the Real Madrid. Globesporte reports that Los Merengues are ready to splash €45 million to acquire the services of the 16-year-old teenager who will turn seventeen on 12th July.

Brazilian club Flamengo wants to renew the services of Vinicius Junior until 2022, but if Real Madrid contract finalizes they won’t be able to stop Junior move to Spain in 2018, when player will be eligible to play in foreign country.

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Globesporte says that Real Madrid have taken care of the medical process as the doctor sent by the club to Rio de janeiro received the results of tests carried out last Monday and gave ok to finalize the deal. The lawyer of the three parties – Real Madrid, Flamengo, and the player will meet this week to discuss the details of the contract and it’s expected that deal will be finalized before the end of the week.

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There are some clauses, which remain to be finalized. Vinicius stay at Flamengo and return for a loan spell is not cleared in the deal. According to the agreement, the parties now sign a “sales obligation” for July 2018, when Vinicius will turn 18 and will be eligible to play in Europe.

There is also a clause about player’s return to Rubro-Negro on loan for a season until 2019, but Real want to be able to veto this possibility depending on the Vincius’ performances.

Barcelona’s forward Neymar speaks highly about the player as he admires the young kid and he wanted to see him playing for Azulgranas, but it’s most likely Vinicius Junior is going to land at Bernabeu at the end of next season.

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