Neymar Identifies Two Real Madrid Players as His Successors

Neymar Tips Vinicius and Rodrygo to Lead Brazil’s Future

Real Madrid and Brazilian players have formed a successful partnership over the years, with emerging Selecao talents like Vinicius Junior, Rodrygo, and Eder Militao becoming key figures for both their club and country.

The trend continues with young talents like Endrick, whose €60 million transfer to Real Madrid was secured last year and will join the club in 2024. Additionally, Reinier is currently out on loan, while Vinicius Tobias is gaining experience at Castilla.

Real Madrid’s history includes Brazilian superstars like Marcelo and Casemiro, who arrived as youngsters and left as club legends, leaving an indelible mark on Los Blancos’ legacy.

Vinicius and Rodrygo have already made their presence felt on the world stage, representing Brazil in the 2022 World Cup. Vinicius even found the net in a Round of 16 clash against South Korea, while Rodrygo, unfortunately, missed a crucial penalty against Croatia.

Neymar, the Selecao superstar who recently joined Al Hilal, praised the Real Madrid duo in a recent interview with Globo’s Esporte Espectacular. When asked about their potential to assume leadership roles in the Brazilian national team, Neymar expressed his confidence in their abilities:

“I see it. Vini and Rodrygo are two players with a lot of quality, two stars who will surely take on this role. In my opinion, they already are because they already have that name, regardless of whether I am there or not. I have never been a selfish guy; on the contrary, the more protagonists you have on your team, the better your team will be. I am happy that they are reaching this level, that they are already at this level and are helping the Brazilian team, which is very important. They are two boys that I really like. Vini and Rodrygo are two friends, I talk a lot with both of them. I hope I can help.”

Neymar’s endorsement of Vinicius and Rodrygo underscores their potential and the bright future they hold for Brazilian football. While Rodrygo received a call-up to represent Brazil in the recent international break, Vinicius remains sidelined due to injury, with an expected recovery period of around one month.

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