- Vinicius Junior is believed to have been approached by top Premier League sides Chelsea and Arsenal
- The Real Madrid winger has developed into a world-class player since joining Los Blancos from Flamengo in 2018
- Vinicius scored five goals as well as the same number of assists in 38 appearances under Zinedine Zidane
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Vinicius Junior has been linked with a sensational move to London clubs Chelsea and Arsenal in the past season but the English sides have reignited their interest in the winger.
Real Madrid spent £39million to sign the Brazilian attacker from Flamengo in 2018 and placed a £630m release clause in his contract.
But that did not stop Paris Saint-Germain in making a move for the pacy winger last summer which did not materialize.
But with the current economic situation clubs can sign the 20-year-old with a lesser figure only if Real agree with the price.
Arsenal made a huge bid for Vinicius during Unai Emery's time in charge at the Emirates but opted to sign Nicolas Pepe from Lille splashing £72m on the Ivorian.
Chelsea are recently the English club to have made contact with the Los Blancos star for a possible summer move, according to Spanish news media outlet AS.
The Blues were understood to have approached Vinicius in November 2019 before the pandemic but turned their attention to signing Hakim Ziyech from Ajax.
Frank Lampard is currently working on landing £90m-rated Bayer Leverkusen star Kai Havertz as signing Vinicius could prove more difficult.
Vinicius played 38 matches in all competitions for Real Madrid this term provided five assists as well as scoring five goals.
Meanwhile, Legit.ng had earlier reported that Vinicius Junior's goal for Real Madrid against Barcelona makes him the youngest player to score in El Clasico history.
Lionel Messi previously held the record but was 26 days older than the 19-year-old Brazilian winger who was one of the scorers for Los Blancos.
Messi was among the scorers in the El Clasico back in 2007 where Barcelona and their fiercest rivals ended their contest in a 3-3- draw at the Camp Nou.
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