Check Out “Real Madrid don’t fear losing Vinicius Junior to the Saudi Pro League due to last year’s secret deal.” Last season, the Brazilian star signed a new contract with Los Blancos to prolong his term until 2027, including a “anti-Arabia shield,” according to AS.

€1Billion release clause.

They performed well since the Saudis may have called with his previous deal expiring in 2024.

Real will reveal his new terms when he returns for pre-season.

Vinicius is anticipated to become one of the club’s greats, according to the article.

The 22-year-old sits 64th on the club’s all-time appearance list with 225, almost as many as club legends Zinedine Zidane, Luis Figo, and Ferenc Puskas.

Real Madrid Don't Fear Losing Vinicius Junior To The Saudi Pro League Due To Last Year's Secret Deal
Real Madrid Don’t Fear Losing Vinicius Junior To The Saudi Pro League Due To Last Year’s Secret Deal

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Pep Guardiola, the manager of Manchester City, acknowledged he didn’t want to trade Romeo Lavia, who is being sought after by a number of elite clubs.

Liverpool and Arsenal have both been mentioned in connection with an interest in the Southampton midfielder who will be 19 years old when they are relegated from the Premier League. It is anticipated that the player will depart the club.

According to reports, Liverpool is currently in negotiations with the player’s camp, while Arsenal has reportedly accepted the fact that they will have to look at different options.

Nevertheless, it would appear that Guardiola never intended for him to leave City in the first place.

He made the following statement: “I am incredibly impressed with what Romeo has done and is doing. An outstanding opinion of him was held by all of us, and it still is.

“We thought about keeping him, but it’s possible that he wouldn’t [get] enough minutes here in Southampton like he does there.”

Now, it’s possible that he’ll sign on with one of their competitors…

Mason Mount successfully passed his club physical and has already signed his contract with Manchester United.

The move of the midfielder from Chelsea to the Red Devils is anticipated to take place as soon as possible, with United agreeing to pay an initial £55 million plus an additional £5 million in add-ons for the England international player.

According to reports, Mount is already getting to know some of his new teammates at Manchester United, despite the fact that both clubs are getting ready to announce the transaction.