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Torino have made a bid to sign Real Madrid’s Brazilian midfielder Reinier Rodrigues.


Jul-20 14:46 first published at 14:46 PM

The Italian club has contacted the Brazilian’s agent about a summer transfer. Reinier is one of many players Real Madrid is looking to offload this summer, and the Brazilian could end up in Torino.
The Italian side has already contacted the player’s agent, and negotiations for a possible loan have begun, according to GOAL.
After completing a two-year loan with Borussia Dortmund, the attacking midfielder returned to his parent club in the summer but is now looking for greener pastures as his services are no longer required at Real Madrid.
What’s the story with Torino and Reinier?
Torino wants to sign Reinier on a one-year loan deal for the 2022-23 season. The Serie A club lost ace forward Andrea Belotti after his contract expired on June 30 and are looking for attacking reinforcements.
Reinier prefers to play as a No.10 and can also be used in wide areas. The 20-year was considered one of Brazil’s future prospects, but it has fallen short of expectations.
Which other clubs are after Reinier? Closer to home, Real Valladolid are also interested in loaning Reinier. They are co-owned by Brazilian superstar Ronaldo, and the fact that the player would be able to continue playing in La Liga may persuade Los Blancos to prefer Valladolid over Torino.
The youngster has completed his pre-season with Real Madrid at Valdebebas but has not accompanied the rest of the squad to the United States.
Reinier was also heavily linked with a move to Benfica, but the deal fell through due to a stalemate between Madrid and the Eagles. The Portuguese club wanted to sign Reinier on a permanent basis, whereas Madrid is only interested in a loan deal.
Another loan spell at Borussia Dortmund Reinier’s loan was terminated because he was unable to establish himself in the Bundesliga. In his two years in Germany, he appeared in only 40 games and scored once. Editors’ Choices Mane, Salah, Mahrez, and the nominees for each African category at the Caf Awards 2022 Ronaldo, Pogba, and Harry Potter: A Look Inside the Worlds of the USMNT and Juventus Stars McKennie, Weston Mabizela, an ex-Orlando Pirates captain, slams what’s ‘wrong’ with the Buccaneers. Ronaldo wants to leave Manchester United, but none of Europe’s top clubs want him.

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