Lazio Is Interested In Loaning Real Madrid's Reiner Next Season

The Spanish club, Real Madrid, is reportedly interested in loaning the outcast player, Reinier, who is currently on loan at Girona.  He is a participant from South America who was unsuccessful with Los Blancos.

The strategy of Real Madrid's club in acquiring Brazilian players has worked well thus far, with the arrivals of Eder Militao, Vinicius Jr, and Rodrygo Goes all of whom are regular starters for the club and intend on staying there for many years.

However, not all players from South America have achieved successful careers with Los Blancos. One of them is Reinier, who is a young player.  According to Mundo Deportivo, the player is expected to return to the club this summer after an unsuccessful loan at Girona. And it's obvious that it's necessary to leave again in June, and the player has several options available to them.

Interest from Brazilian clubs has been serious in wanting to take the player home, and two clubs are reportedly in the best places.  Flamengo, who received a fee of 30 million euros to release him to Madrid, reportedly wants to take him on a loan in the summer.  Another club Corinthians is also prepared to compete for his services.

Meanwhile, from Europe, Lazio and Atalanta from Serie A are also appealing possibilities, particularly because of the potential for him to remain in the top five European leagues.  The 21-year-old has had no opportunity to become established at Madrid but blames himself for underwhelming performances at both clubs.

His loan spell at Borussia Dortmund has also been deemed a failure because he only appeared in one Bundesliga match during the season. Meanwhile, his appearances at Girona had come to an end. The Brazilian has only scored one goal and missed two golden opportunities in ten appearances for the Catalan club this season. He creates one chance every three matches on average.

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