Paris Saint-Germain will move for Vinicius if he decides to leave Spain

Paris Saint-Germain will move for Vinicius if he decides to leave Spain

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The Real Madrid forward has been racially abused on multiple occasions this season

Real Madrid's Vinícius has been in the spotlight for the incidents at Mestalla on Sunday, a match in which he was sent off for hitting out late in a game in which fans had hurled racist insults at him.

The Brazilian is fed up with what is happening to him on the pitch in Spain and has hinted that he could move on in the future. PSG are very attentive to his situation and, if he really puts himself on the market, they will go all out to sign him, according to several French media reports. The Parisians are very clear that he would be the ideal replacement for Neymar and Messi for a new project.

The Brazilian star was already on PSG's radar a few years ago when Neymar wanted to leave Paris and Madrid were interested in the former Barcelona forward. At the time, PSG opened the door to a possible exit for Ney as long as Vinicius and Modric were part of the deal. Los Blancos backed out, but in Paris they still see Vinicius as a strategic signing and would be willing to do anything to bring him in.

We will have to see how the Brazilian's frustrations in Spain evolve, but Madrid are clear that they do not want to let him leave under any circumstances. He renewed his contract last summer with the club until 2027 and his termination clause is prohibitive. Nowadays, he is the Madrid player with the highest market valuation and has become one of the most differential players in the world. In fact, he has become Los Blancos' most decisive frward both in La Liga and in Europe.

Madrid are talking to both Vinicius and his camp to set out a strategy to defend the player. They want to protect him and they hope that in the future there will be tough sanctions against stadiums that racially abuse on the player.

His coach, Carlo Ancelotti, is defending him as much as he can and they hope he will stay, but it is also true that the Brazilian can't take it anymore and all scenarios are open. And it is also true that PSG have enough muscle to tackle any operation in the market.

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