Rodrygo: "Madrid can scare, but that motivates more"

The young Brazilian attacker, who this summer will do the preseason under Zidane, is dismissed this Wednesday from Santos de Jorge Sampaoli.


Rodrygo Goes (18 years old) begins to look definitively at Madrid. The attacker has said goodbye to Santos on Tuesday through an interview on the website of Peixe, whose quarry he was still a child. He was signed in 2018 from the Bernabéu, after paying 40 million for 80% of his pass. The youngster stayed one more season on loan, since December under Jorge Sampaoli, and now he has to think in white ... Santos dedicated a 15-minute video as part of his recognition: This Wednesday He disputes the last game with his team, against Corinthians.

Reto: "Of course it motivates me to go to Real Madrid, how can I not motivate myself to reach one of the biggest clubs in the world? Good because that fear motivates me even more to show more and show why they believed in me and why they signed me. "

Vinicus reference: " It helps me a lot, to arrive and have a player practically my age, of only one I've already had the experience of having played in Madrid and it's going to help me a lot in the adaptation, it's going to be very important, like the rest of the Brazilians because, although Spanish is not difficult to understand, it is important to have people who speak your own language and your culture at your side ".

Cariño: " I want to thank Santos fans and the club, who have supported me from the quarry and from my first match as a professional. I want to thank them from the bottom of my heart and tell them that who knows if I will ever be able to return. "

Evolución: " I am the same child as always, although a little more mature because I know the responsibilities I have in life as a person and as a professional. I feel a bad feeling to leave a place that I arrived at ten years ago, but at the same time good because I have already done my job here. "

Comparaciones: " I have always had the pressure to be the successor of Neymar or Robinho, but I have never worried about that. I've focused on training and preparing, which is why I've never experienced pressure. "



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