The new Real Madrid star reveals the secret of “Zidane’s Videos”

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Real MadridOn the recommendation of Zidane himself, who coaches the current team, the young Brazilian then revealed that the French coach is his ideal in football.

Renier said in his first interview after the signing: "I was very young when he was Zidane A player, but my father always showed me French videos on his mobile phone, and he was telling me that he is the best in football".

He added: "I tried to learn from Zidane and imitate his movements on the field. If I had reached 1 percent of Zidane’s level, my career would have been good".

It is reported that the new Brazilian star was born in 2002, which means that he was no more than 4 years old when Zidane announced his retirement from football in 2006.

The rising player will join Real Madrid’s second team, after his participation with Brazil In friendly matches in preparation for the Olympics, next February.

Local media suggested that Real Madrid had paid about 30 million euros (33.25 million dollars) to join the player.

The move confirms Real Madrid abandoning the policy of including the giant players, as its president is keen Florentino Perez Not to forfeit the rising international star, in remembrance of his failure to include Neymar, who chose to play for the traditional rival Barcelona in 2013.

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Rainier signed with Real MadridOn the recommendation of Zidane himself, who coaches the current team, the young Brazilian then revealed that the French coach is his ideal in football.

Rainier said in his first interview after the signing: “I was very young when he was Zidane A player, but my father always showed me French videos on his mobile phone, and he was telling me he was the best in football. “

He added: “I tried to learn from Zidane and imitate his movements on the field. If I had reached 1 percent of the level of Zidane, it would be my good trip.”

It is reported that the new Brazilian star was born in 2002, which means that he was no more than 4 years old when Zidane announced his retirement from football in 2006.

The rising player will join Real Madrid’s second team, after his participation with Brazil In friendly matches in preparation for the Olympics, next February.

Local media suggested that Real Madrid had paid about 30 million euros (33.25 million dollars) to join the player.

The move confirms Real Madrid abandoning the policy of including the giant players, as its president is keen Florentino Perez Not to forfeit the rising international star, in remembrance of his failure to include Neymar, who chose to play for the traditional rival Barcelona in 2013.



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