“He loves Real Madrid (Spain). I don’t think he has any intention of leaving.”
Vinicius Junior (Real Madrid) was racially abused by home fans during the match against Valencia at the Mestalla Stadium in Valencia, Spain, on April 21. In response, Vinicius called out the racism and the game was stopped for about 10 minutes.
After the game, he posted on social media, “This is not the first time. Racism is a daily occurrence in La Liga,” he wrote on social media, adding, “Judging by the way the La Liga (Spanish professional soccer) secretariat has reacted, Spain is a racist country.” 먹튀검증
Real Madrid coach Carlo Ancelotti was also outraged: “This is unacceptable. If you are racially abused during a match, you have to stop playing,” he said.
The controversy raised the possibility that Vinicius could leave the Spanish scene. However, Ancelotti said: “I don’t think he will leave. He loves Real. A lot of things have gone through his head, but I don’t think he has any intention of leaving.” “He has a great love for the team. He wants to build his career here.”
Meanwhile, Spanish police arrested three spectators for allegedly making racist comments. “Police have detained three young men in Valencia in connection with racist behavior during a match between Valencia and Real Madrid,” AFP reported.