SportsReal Madrid player Reinier leaves on loan to Girona | Sports

    Real Madrid player Reinier leaves on loan to Girona | Sports

    The Brazilian Reinier Jesus Carvalho, 20, signed by Real Madrid in 2019, will play this season at Girona FC, a team recently promoted to the League and to which he arrives on loan. It is the second consecutive loan for the playmaker born in Brasilia, Flamengo youth squad, who has played the last two seasons, albeit with few minutes, at Borussia Dortmund.

    The white club made it official this Friday at noon with a statement on its website: “Real Madrid CF and Girona FC have agreed to loan the player Reinier for this season, until June 30, 2023.” In a more extensive press release, the Catalan club celebrated the attacker’s arrival in Montilivi: “Reinier can face and surpass rivals in one-on-one duels while showing excellent ability to uncheck, which facilitates his actions offensive. He is also a great assistant who knows how to identify the best-placed teammates to send them the ball and leave them in superiority”.

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    Reinier, Olympic champion in Tokyo 2020 with Brazil, began playing in the lower categories of Vasco de Gama, Botafogo, Fluminense and Flamengo, with whom he made his debut in the first team at the age of 17, in a Copa Libertadores match. Later, Real Madrid signed him in the 2020 winter market to join Raul Gonzalez’s Castilla, with whom he barely played three games (two goals and one assist) before leaving on loan to Borussia Dortmund.

    With the Germans he has completed two seasons. In 2020/21 he played 19 games between Bundesliga, Cup, Champions League and German Super Cup, with only one goal and one assist in the Bundesliga. Last season, 2021/22, he had less weight in the Teutonic team, with 13 games in the Bundesliga (20 in total) and without being able to score or assist.

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