The Copa Libertadores Champion - Welcome Reinier Jesus Carvalho

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  1. MiamiNative0722

    MiamiNative0722 Member+

    May 25, 2013
    Club:
    Real Madrid
    Nat'l Team:
    United States




    "Andre Noruega, a Brazilian youth football scout, described RJ as a play maker with the ability to score goals from outside the box and an eye for the killer pass. “Reinier Jesus is a very creative #10 type play maker, but he could also play as a shadow striker due to his good movement and his impressive long distance shot. There is little doubt to what I like the most about this player - and that is his ability to play pin-point through balls. His passes make it through impossibly tight angles.”

    Blaise Bourgeois, editor at One Football: “€30m is a scam. He is worth €70, €80, maybe even €100 million. I am still in shock that the Flamengo board would even allow that kind of clause in his deal”.
     
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  2. RomanMadrid

    RomanMadrid Member+

    Jan 13, 2016
    Club:
    Real Madrid
    Seems like the type of player Zidane would like. Another Karim.

    Can't believe we have all 3 of the biggest Brazilian names in the youth categories. Reinier, Vinicius and Rodrygo. Wow. I hope at least one stays here and makes a name for himself.
     
  3. .halamadrid2.

    .halamadrid2. Member+

    Nov 5, 2010
    Club:
    Real Madrid
    So we want a new Benzema? Or is this guy an actual AM in which case wtf.....we have enough of those already
     
  4. YOUNGSTARS87

    YOUNGSTARS87 Yellow C@rd Bandit

    Dec 21, 2005
    As I have said from the beginning if this kid wants to be something he will embrace adapting to CF.

    He isn't a wide player and CAM have no real place in today's game with how team press and work hard.
     
  5. Doni

    Doni Member+

    Dec 4, 2010
    London
    Club:
    Real Madrid
    A similar transition as Firmino has had perhaps, from his Hoffenheim days to now.
     
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  6. MiamiNative0722

    MiamiNative0722 Member+

    May 25, 2013
    Club:
    Real Madrid
    Nat'l Team:
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    Reinier was once linked to Barca by Mundin Deportivo.

    Florentino snatches another one from them
     
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  7. Saeta Rubia

    Saeta Rubia Member+

    May 28, 2010
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  8. hector_br

    hector_br Member+

    Feb 13, 2007
    You all know my opinion on Vini and his overhype around here for playing in Flamengo.

    The same applies here.

    My only honest opinion at the moment is: Let's see.
     
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  9. YOUNGSTARS87

    YOUNGSTARS87 Yellow C@rd Bandit

    Dec 21, 2005
    You hate everything about Flamengo though lol
     
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  10. Zidane05

    Zidane05 Moderator
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    Jul 18, 2005
    Toronto
    Best of luck, can't wait to see him with the big team.
     
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  11. Lyra

    Lyra Member+

    Apr 29, 2013
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    Real Madrid
    Nobody? Okay

    Shit thread title.

    Welcome Reinier!!
     
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  12. Serengeti_Boy

    Serengeti_Boy Member+

    Sep 15, 2009
    Serengeti, East Africa
    Club:
    Arsenal FC
    Nat'l Team:
    Tanzania
    Is it me or Argentina is producing better Quality strikers. Like lauturo and Lozano. While Brazil is making the likes of Malcolm. Perhaps diversifying is key.
     
  13. MaxY

    MaxY Member+

    May 24, 2016
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    Real Madrid
    Yeah, last decade was full of amazing strikers from Argentina and barely anybody from Brazil.
     
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  14. Prit Javier

    Prit Javier Member+

    Real Madrid
    England
    May 9, 2018
    Argentina in general are not producing players like they use to before.
    Its a shame
     
  15. robnycus

    robnycus Member+

    Jun 28, 2010
    Club:
    New York Cosmos
    Not sure why we are so obsessed with young Brazilians.
     
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  16. hala_madrid722

    hala_madrid722 BigSoccer Yellow Card

    Jan 10, 2013
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  17. RMrules

    RMrules Member

    Real Madrid
    Spain
    Aug 12, 2019
    Vinicius and Rodrigo at the age of 18 got the chance to play for the first team,so i expect Reinier to be integrated into the first team very quickly.

    The problem will be that all nonEU spots are already taken,im not sure whats happening with Valverde and Militao ..are they getting EU passports?
    Probably Reinier wont debute till next season
     
  18. MiamiNative0722

    MiamiNative0722 Member+

    May 25, 2013
    Club:
    Real Madrid
    Nat'l Team:
    United States
    We are allowed 3 non EU players. This year they are Vinicius Rodrygo and Militao. Valverde and Casemiro have EU citizenship.

    I believe none of those 3 are set to acquire citizenship any time soon, so idk when Reinier will be able to join. Kubo is also a non-EU player.

    Reinier will probably have a few loan spells before he gets close to the Bernabeu
     
  19. Anders2555

    Anders2555 Member

    Flamengo
    Brazil
    Aug 23, 2018
    Rio de Janeiro
    Nat'l Team:
    Brazil
    Reinier is a completely different player than Vini and Rodrygo, him is not a Winger so do not place him in these position, he is essentially a second forward with great passing skills and shooting power (Only played 15 games but scored 6 goals whit 2 assist, incredible nunbers for a 17 years boy mainly because he was never a starter, and should have played against Liverpool instead of the trash Lincoln).

    Reinier is not fast or skilled as Vinícius, in these departament Vini is way better, but...Reinier has Rodrygo technique and a better shooting skill than both (His highlights videos show well this), He's almost a middle ground between Vinícius and Rodrygo. but plays a second foward, reminds me a little of Benzema itself, but being a better passer/play builder and faster.

    But Reinier problem is he spends a lot of time "missing" in the game, looks like he is not there but out of nowhere he finds a decisive pass or a goal, he still has a lot to learn, needs to learn to be more "alive" (to participate more in the game), to have more constancy, to present himself more, this will be very required in Europe, because sometimes he spends 80% of the game looking like he is not there (Jesus (Our coach) took him out at 35 in the first half against Ceará because of this haha), but it’s a good sign, Reinier has an realy easy time deciding games, I don’t know if he has a roof to be a World Class, Vinícius is the only one that seems to me to be able to reach this status by learning to kick, but...As i said, it is very easy to Reinier to score or assist, If him learns to be a dynamic player, no doubt can be easily a starter for years in this team.Him will be very good.

    And yeah, a loan for him now would be great, way better than playing for castilha for 6 months.
     
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  20. YOUNGSTARS87

    YOUNGSTARS87 Yellow C@rd Bandit

    Dec 21, 2005
  21. Anders2555

    Anders2555 Member

    Flamengo
    Brazil
    Aug 23, 2018
    Rio de Janeiro
    Nat'l Team:
    Brazil
    Unfortunately life is in a rush and haven't been getting much time to comment on forums haha, but I've been following Vinícius and Rodrygo, Viní is going through an irregular moment (Normal for a 19 years old boy in the biggest club in world), but I am sure he will be back to his best form, my confidence in him has not been shaken at any time and i know him will triumph, Rodrygo started the year very well and i was really happy for him, had a cetain a relapse in the last games, but soon no doubt will shine again.

    Really hope these three: Vinícius, Rodrygo and Reinier can mark a era in Real Madrid.

    And this man hector is a fool, A Real ARCO-IRIS,
     
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  22. madrid1902

    madrid1902 New Member

    Jan 20, 2020
    Do you think , Reinier could converted to a CF , like youngster said before ? The Problem is that the OM position is seems to be like dead in todays world football (especially topclubs) you think he has the potential to become a world class ?
     
  23. Anders2555

    Anders2555 Member

    Flamengo
    Brazil
    Aug 23, 2018
    Rio de Janeiro
    Nat'l Team:
    Brazil
    No doubt, Reinier is tall/strong and has presence in the area, in a recente interview for Marca Jorge Jesus said: "Reinier is a very intelligent boy who likes to learn and can be said to be a gifted. Physically gifted for the position of second striker."

    In Reinier presentation video in Real madrid oficial youtuber channel are 2 typical CF head goals, he can perfectly learn to be a CF, it will depend mainly of the coach , but yes, he can.

    To be a World Class...I think he has potential, in only 15 matchs scored 6 goals and made 2 assist (There should have been more assists, but him teammates failed haha), but he needs to be more dynamic, more alive, as he gain more muscle mass, grow old and keeping the apparent ease of being a protagonist...He can be a Second or a Central Foward Star.
     
  24. Lyra

    Lyra Member+

    Apr 29, 2013
    Club:
    Real Madrid
    Just noticed his first name is a pallindrome
     
  25. YOUNGSTARS87

    YOUNGSTARS87 Yellow C@rd Bandit

    Dec 21, 2005
    Thanks for the co-sign.

    We both say the same things from what we see but for some reason they hate me for saying it lol.
     
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