- Spanish League giants Real Madrid have unveiled their new signing Vinicius to their fans
- The teenage sensation joined the European elite league's most successful club after signing an eight year deal around £35M
He spent just one season at the Brazilain topflight and scored seven goals in less than 40 appearances for the club
Champions League winners Real Madrid have have completed the signing of Brazil youngster Vinícius Júnior from Flamengo this summer.
The 18-year-old attacker signed a eight year deal valued at £35 million with Los Blancos and has been immediately unveiled to the fans.
Vinícius was promoted to his former Brazilian topflight side in 2017 and within that one season, he scored seven goals in 37 appearances.
Having been intoduced to the fans at the Bernaneu earlier today, the expressed his readiness to help the Galacticos win titles.
Though, he admitted that adapting to the club's playing style will be a bit difficult but insisted that it would not be so much big deal for him.
He said: "I know that adapting won't be easy, but I'm ready. I thank Florentino (Perez), Jose Angel (Sanchez) and (Juni) Calafat.
"I thank my family for what they have done for me and for my dream, I will not disappoint them.
"Fortunately I was able to choose from many great clubs and I chose the world's best.
"We are Real Madrid and we always want more."
His impressive performances for Flamengo attracted so many European clubs but the Santiago Bernabeu outfit were fast enough to seal the deal with the player.
Flamengo finished sixth in the Brazilian top flight last season and currently top the league for the 2018 campaign.
Vinicius has already trained with his new team-mates and will go on tour with them this summer.
Real have International Champions Cup friendlies to play against teams including Manchester United and Juventus as they prepare for the UEFA Super Cup final against Atletico Madrid on August 15.
Legit.ng previously reported that Real Madrid have completed a £39million move for Brazilian wonderkid Vinicius Junior.
According to reports, the Spanish giants have agreed deal with Flamengo for the starlet to move to Spain in 2018.
The 16-year-old has been tipped as the next big thing in football after he made his first-team debut for the Brazillian side this season.
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