The striker for Real Madrid, Vinicius Junior, may move on to other teams
According to the Spanish daily Nacional, if Qatari Sheikh Jassim becomes the club’s owner this summer, the Brazilian might be on his way to Manchester United.
The present owners of Manchester United are still in discussions with a few prospective purchasers, including Jassin.
If his buyout attempt is successful and he is in a two-horse fight with INEOS chairman Sir Jim Ratcliffe for control of the Red Devils, the Qatari billionaire wants to bolster Erik ten Hag’s team.
For the Glazers to relinquish ownership, bids have topped £5.5 million. Jassim wants to entice Vinicius to the Red Devils’ roster and plans to make the Brazilian one of the highest-paid players in the game.
According to Salary Sport, Vinicius’s current contract at the Bernabeu pays him £186,000 annually.
Despite the racial insults the Brazilian receives in Spain, Madrid President Florentino Perez is allegedly convinced that the Brazilian won’t quit.