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Reinier is the icing on the cake for Valencia CF and completes the squad

The perpetual abolition of the merengue group could be the third inclusion that the Valencian team is closing on this market, although a certain section of Che fans does not agree with this maneuver.

At this summer market we have seen that Valencia CF has been rather passive when it comes to signings, but that could change with the arrival of Reinier Jesus. The versatile Brazilian forward will again not count for Florentino Pérez or Carlo Ancelotti and is expected to leave the Whites’ squad soon. Well, exactly that Che set promotes the efforts to found it.

Due to his versatility in attack, Reuben Baraja I could use him as a midfielder or a winger on either flank. In his last team (Girona FC) he played more like an attacking midfielder and always played behind Castellanos. At Valencia CF he could make it as an assistant to Hugo Duro or Marcos André if he finally stays at the Mestalla.

Once again, Real Madrid won’t have Reinier and from now on they approve his transfer to Valencia CF.

Valencia CF’s signing of Reinier is a great opportunity for the player

It’s no secret that the Brazilian forward hasn’t managed to gain the trust of the merengue team, much less its president. The Rio de Janeiro midfielder joined the Madridista discipline in early 2020 but ended up in Team B (Castilla). He has since gone from loan to loan, playing for Borussia Dortmund and the Girona side.

While he hasn’t fared badly under Míchel’s command, this arrival at Valencia is the player’s chance to show Madrid have done a good job of bringing him from the Americas. And it is that the Che team is one of the mythical ones in Spain, where they can show their finesse by doing everything Pipo Baraja asks of them.

Reinier has everything he can shine for at Valencia CF

The carioca was on loan at the Catalan club for the entire previous season but only managed 639 minutes in 18 games. The reasons range from his muscle injury that kept him out of competition for almost a month, to Míchel’s decision not to count on him. He was also able to score goals and assists in the short active time.

The interesting thing about his potential move to Valencia CF is that Reinier is the only attacking midfielder in Baraja’s squad. The others are already midfielders, insiders, wingers and forwards. This gives the Brazilian a plus and a chance to be in the starting XI where he will surely shine given enough time in the sporting field.

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