BVB and Real continue their tight collaboration: Madrid loans out its young Brazilian

BVB and Real continue their tight collaboration: Madrid loans out its young Brazilian

Real Madrid bought its third Brazilian teen in quick succession this past January, after Vinicius Jr. and Rodrygo, Reinier was acquired. But while the two slightly older attacking players have broken into the first team, Reinier will have to work for it outside of Santiago Bernabeu. As a rare connection between Real and Borussia Dortmund continues with the Spanish side loaning out another player to BVB.

Just after Achraf Hakimi's two-year stint at Westfalen ended, as he was sold to Inter, Real loaned out Reinier to BVB for two years. All after signing him for €30,000,000 just eights months ago. The attacking midfielder who enjoys playing behind the strikers the most will be a dangerous asset in Lucien Favre's side.

BVB's sporting director Michael Zorc revealed that the club followed Reinier before he reached Europe, while he was winning the double with Flamengo.

"Reinier is a player who brings enormous talent and can be used in various positions in the offensive. We have been watching the boy for more than two years, he has great technical skills as well good physical robustness. After a long break from competition, we will give him the time he needs to get used to German professional football, then he will be an additional option on the offensive," said Zorc.

The 18-year-old Reinier is banking on Borussia's ability to improve youngsters.

"I am happy to be with BVB now. The club is known for betting on young players and making them better. I want to learn a lot here, play a lot and help the team to be successful. I hope that we will have many happy moments together," said the Brazilian.

With the 20-year-old Jadon Sancho, 17-year-old Jude Bellingham, 17-year-old Giovanni Reyna, 20-year-old Erling Haaland, and 24-year-old Julian Brandt, BVB definitely has the youngest attacking force in the league. It also means that Reinier will have his work cut out for him in order to break into the squad.

More great news for Dortmund fans as captain Marco Reus has returned to training and will be brought into the full playing capacity slowly. 


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