One of the players that he Real Madrid on loan in German football could return to LaLiga Santander earlier than planned. It’s about the Brazilian Reinier Jesus, whose loan in the Borussia Dortmund could end in the transfer market winter that is about to begin. According to the newspaper Bild, the former Flamengo striker is not in the plans of coach Marco Rose, so in Valdebebas they would resolve his future in the coming weeks. Or stay to work under the orders of Carlo Ancelotti or spend the remainder of the season on another team.
According to the aforementioned source, in the Dortmund got tired of waiting for the ‘explosion’ of Reinier Jesus. Although he is a barely 19-year-old attacker, at BVB they want him to begin to show that he has the money to be a world star of the level of Haaland, his partner in the ‘Gale’.
Unfortunately for Dortmund, Reinier has not been able to win full ownership and slows the progress of other BVB youth players. It is for this reason that the Bundesliga club’s board understands that the best option is to cut the Brazilian’s loan with Real Madrid.
To this reason the economic issue is added. In Dortmund they want to reduce the wage bill and there is no better starting point than cutting the salary of Reinier, who per season earns up to more than half a million euros.
Relations between the German and Spanish club are among the best, so there would be no major problems to end the pact six months earlier than established. As things are, Carlo Ancelotti would add a new element to his squad in January as long as the top managers decide to keep him.
The former Flamengo player has only accumulated 275 minutes at the beginning of this course. He participated in the German Super Cup against Bayern Munich and in the Bundesliga he has barely added 52 minutes with Marco Rose. He has not scored goals or given assists this season.
Reinier Jesús arrived at Real Madrid in the winter transfer period of 2020, from Flamengo. With the Brazilian club, the one born in Brasilia won the Copa Libertadores, the most important title so far in his career.
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