Real Madrid forward, Vinicius Junior’s possible next destination has been revealed.
According to the Spanish publication Nacional, the Brazilian could be heading to Manchester United if Qatari Sheikh Jassim takes over the club this summer.
Talks are still ongoing between Manchester United’s current owners and some potential buyers of which Jassin is in the front queue.
The Qatari billionaire wants to reinforce Erik ten Hag’s squad if his takeover bid is successful and he is in a two-horse race with INEOS chairman Sir Jim Ratcliffe for the Red Devils’ ownership.
Bids have reached around £5.5 million for the Glazers to hand control over and Jassim wants to lure Vinicius to the Red Devil’s squad and intends on making the Brazilian one of the best-paid players in world football.
Vinicius’s current deal at the Bernabeu has him earn £186,000, according to Salary Sport.
However, Madrid President, Florentino Perez is reportedly confident that the Brazilian won’t leave despite the racial abuses he goes through in Spain.