Vinicius Jr camp ‘working on Real Madrid exit and unhappy’ after Valencia chaos

Vinicius Jr: Real Madrid star shows off skills in La Liga

Vinicius Jr’s entourage are probing a potential exit for the Real Madrid star, according to reports. The Brazil international was left enraged on Sunday after receiving racist abuse during his side’s 1-0 defeat to Valencia. The forward wants La Liga to act, while he also received a red card in the closing stages of the game.

Disgraceful scenes were aired around the world on Sunday, with Vinicius Jr left in tears after receiving racist abuse from the stands.

The forward was also sent off in the closing stages with VAR believing he had slapped opponent Hugo Duro.

Now, according to ESPN Brasil, Vinicius’ camp are working on a potential exit for the player because of all the abuse he has received this season.

Everyone who works with the player is said to be ‘uncomfortable’ with the attitude of Real Madrid amid his ongoing suffering.

But while the 22-year-old is described as being ‘on edge’, his preference would be to stay at the Bernabeu and win the fight against racism for good.

The match against Valencia wasn’t the first time Vinicius has been targeted by vile fans this season.

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It also occurred back on February 5, with Real also losing 1-0 to Mallorca that day.

He has also been verbally attacked by Atletico Madrid fans as well, with supporters of Diego Simeone’s side even going as far to create a disgusting effigy of the forward.

And, now, the onus is on La Liga and football’s governing bodies to act.

In the immediate aftermath of his dismissal, Vinicius took to social media and claimed racism is ‘normal’.

“It wasn’t the first time, nor the second, nor the third,” said the Samba star, who has flourished on the pitch this term.

“Racism is normal in LaLiga. In football they thinks it’s normal, the federation does too – and the opponent encourages it.

“I’m so sad. The championship that once belonged to Ronaldinho, Ronaldo, Cristiano and Messi today belongs to racism.

“A beautiful nation, which welcomed me and which I love, but which agreed to export the image of a racist country to the world.

“I’m sorry for the Spaniards who don’t agree, but today, in Brazil, Spain is known as a country of racists.

“And unfortunately, for something that happens each week, I have no defence. I let it happen.

“But I am strong and I will go to the end against racists. Even if it is far from here.”

Real Madrid boss Carlo Ancelotti has also condemned the abuse of his star man, too.

“About what happened here. I think that’s more important,” he said when asked about his side losing.

“More important than a defeat, don’t you?

“I’m calm, but what happened today shouldn’t happen. For a stadium to shout ‘monkey’ at a player and for a coach to think about taking him off for that… There’s something wrong with this league.”

Asked about his talisman’s state of mind, Ancelotti continued: “He didn’t want to play on.

“I told him that I didn’t think it was fair, it wasn’t his fault, he wasn’t to blame.

“He continued playing, and he also got a senseless red card. That said, we have a problem.

“For me, Vinícius is one of the best in the world. These episodes of racism can’t happen, it was the whole stadium, not just one person, as on other occasions.

“It has to be stopped. And I would say the same if we won 3-0.”

On what the answer would be, he added: “I told him he has to stop the match.

“He told me that the protocol says that you have to report it, but he has been insulted from the first minute.

“Stop the match. For me, it’s to stop the match. It’s clear that this can’t go on, it’s impossible.

“He is the player who receives the most fouls and the most insults.”

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