Brazilian legend Ronaldo & # 39; push to sign Real Madrid starlet Vinicius Jnr on loan for Real Valladolid & # 39;
- The former striker Ronaldo, who now lives in Brazil, is now the owner of Real Valladolid, side of the La Liga
- He hopes to use his connections at Real Madrid to sign Vinicius Jnr
- It is claimed that Zinedine Zidane cannot promise the same playing time next year
The Brazilian legend Ronaldo allegedly works to secure the signing of the loan from Vinicius Jnr for Real Valladolid.
The former Real Madrid attacker is now the owner of Valladolid and hopes to remove the exciting starlet from his old club.
Ronaldo played alongside the current real boss Zinedine Zidane on the Bernabeu and now, according to the Spanish newspaper Sport, the couple could pair again this summer.
Ronaldo reportedly works to secure the signing of the loan from Vinicius Jnr for Real Valladolid
The Brazilian legend and former striker of Real Madrid is now the owner of La Liga side Valladolid
It is claimed that Ronaldo wants to bring Vinicius to Valladolid, and Zidane cannot guarantee that the 18-year-old will forward the same action from the first team he saw this season.
The asterisk made 36 appearances for Los Blancos, seven goals and picked up 13 assists.
But Madrid wants to overhaul their team after a disappointing campaign at home and in Europe.
Chelsea Eden Hazard is one of Zidane's most important transfer objectives and he should move to the Bernabeu, which could limit Vinicius' playing time.
Ronaldo was teammates with current Madrid manager Zinedine Zidane (second right)
Karim Benzema will take the lead again next season after another impressive return, so the Brazilian starter may be forced elsewhere to enjoy regular playing time.
It is claimed that he would be the star in Valladolid, despite missing the Brazilian team for the upcoming Copa America.
Ronaldo was the man who helped Vinicius when he first moved from Brazil to Spain and it is not the first time that the legendary striker has tried to lend his protégé on loan.
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