Real Madrid make a terrible clause to tie Vinicius’ feet – Alves leaves Barcelona for second time in his career

27 Jun 2022 | 04:13 | LATEST POSTS

Real Madrid make terrible terms to bind Vinicius’ feet

According to the “Daily Mail” and “Marca” reports, Real Madrid will announce the renewal of the contract with Vinicius as soon as the player returns from the summer break in early July, and expert Fabrizio Romano confirmed that all the formalities for both sides have been completed. , just waiting for the official announcement from the “Los Blancos” homepage.

Vinicius was offered a contract extension until 2028, but he declined and only signed a four-year deal with the Spanish Royal. The young Brazilian striker hopes to avoid wage-related issues in the future. After signing, Vincius will receive a significant salary increase, becoming one of the highest-paid players at the Bernabeu.

Real Madrid make a terrible clause to tie Vinicius' feet - Alves leaves Barcelona for second time in his career
Vinicius is considered the future of Real Madrid.

In addition, Real Madrid has carefully set up a release clause worth 1 billion euros to avoid the eyes of European clubs with deep pockets such as Paris Saint-Germain or Newcastle. Previously, the player’s release clause was 350 million euros.

According to the “Daily Mail” report, Vinicius is expected to earn 10 million euros a year, more than three times his current income (3.2 million euros).

It’s a worthy reward for Vinicius Jr.’s performance in the 2021/22 season. That season marked the 21-year-old striker’s rush with 22 goals and 20 assists, including the only goal that helped Real beat Liverpool to win their 14th European Cup/Champions League.

While rivals Barcelona had to tighten their belts, Real Madrid reinforced with two rookies Antonio Rudiger (free agent) and Aurelian Chuwamny (80 million euros). According to British media reports, the “White Legion” is also paying attention to Dortmund’s Bellingham and is willing to spend huge sums of money to acquire the British player.

Barcelona welcomes first rookie in summer 2022

Spain have announced the signing of 19-year-old midfielder Pablo Torre from Sporting Santander. Pablo Torre’s contract with Barcelona runs until June 2026 and comes with a €100m release clause.

After finishing the 2021/22 season with Sporting Santander (with 10 goals and 11 assists), the player, dubbed ‘Iniesta 2.0’, travelled to Barcelona for a medical and officially signed today.

Real Madrid make a terrible clause to tie Vinicius' feet - Alves leaves Barcelona for second time in his career
Barcelona welcomes its first rookie in the summer of 2022.

In the near future, Torre will join Barcelona for the 2022 summer tour, after which Torre will play for the Barcelona B team, and coach Xavi Hernandez will consider whether to give the midfielder a first-line after watching the game. opportunity for the team to play. Currently in the youth team.

This is Barca’s first official rookie in the summer of 2022, against the backdrop that they still have to cut the salary fund to register other rookies under La Liga regulations.

It is said that Barcelona has successfully signed Milan midfielder Frank Casey and Chelsea midfielder Christensen in the form of free agents, but failed to sign because the salary fund still exceeds the regulations of La Liga.

Benzema takes over as Marcelo captain

Karim Benzema will replace Marcelo as Real Madrid captain after the Brazilian left-back left after 16 years at the club. It’s an ideal choice, as no one deserves the role of captain of the Blancos more than the French striker. After 13 years, Benzema is now even a contemporary legend at the Bernabeu, as the player with the most appearances (605) and the second highest scorer (323) in team history.

La Liga files lawsuit against Paris Saint-Germain and Manchester City

President Javier Tebas has announced that he will file a lawsuit against Paris Saint-Germain this week for violating UEFA’s financial fair play, according to Marca. La Liga is still suing Manchester City from April.

La Liga was unsettled today by the loss of two of the world’s top football stars, Erling Haaland (Man City) and Kylian Mbappe (staying at Paris Saint-Germain).

Real Madrid make a terrible clause to tie Vinicius' feet - Alves leaves Barcelona for second time in his career
La Liga has filed a lawsuit against Paris Saint-Germain and Manchester City.

Mr Tebas accused Paris Saint-Germain of “destroying the European football ecosystem”. Mbappe had previously made a verbal deal with Real Madrid to join for free, but the player turned the bet at the last minute. The French player spent another three years in Paris, receiving a range of benefits, earning more than €700,000 a week.

Just a few weeks ago, Manchester City paid 75 million euros to recruit Haaland from Borussia Dortmund, despite the player being on the radar of Barcelona and Real Madrid. In 2020, the Premier League champion was banned by UEFA for two years, but the club appealed successfully.

Dani Alves leaves Barcelona for second time

Barca homepage confirms Dani Alves bid farewell to Camp Nou at the end of the season. According to Sport, Barcelona have decided not to renew the Brazil veteran defender. Transfer expert Fabrizio Romano also confirmed the news.

On his personal Instagram page, Dani Alves also wrote a farewell letter to Barcelona. Alves returns to Camp Nou in January 2022 on a six-month contract. In the second stage of the 2021/22 season, the Brazilian defender played 17 times for Barcelona and contributed 1 goal.

Real Madrid make a terrible clause to tie Vinicius' feet - Alves leaves Barcelona for second time in his career
Alves left Barcelona for the second time in his career.

The presence of Alves and four other rookies including Ferran Torres, Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang and Adama Traore helped coach Xavi- Hernandez eased the staffing burden. Alves did not play in the Euros last season, however, as UEFA rules clubs can only register three new players in their league this season.

During his six months at Barcelona, ​​Alves received a salary of about 150,000 euros, which is the lowest figure for the club to continue to maintain the salary cap stipulated by La Liga. Previously, the 39-year-old defender had announced his willingness to stay at Barca for the 2022/23 season. However, that didn’t end up happening in the context of Barca and Sergino Dest, and they were targeting Chelsea’s Cesar Azpilicueta.

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