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Spain: Real Madrid present new Brazilian wonderkid Rodrygo

0 18.06.2019 Инфо

M/S Real Madrid player Rodrygo Goes sitting down, Madrid
SOT, Florentino Perez, Real Madrid President (Spanish): "We will continue working to incorporate in our squad football talents that dream of triumphing wearing our jersey."
W/S Presentation *CUTAWAY*
M/S Presentation *CUTAWAY*
SOT, Rodrygo Goes, Real Madrid player (Spanish): "Thank you President for the confidence that was placed in my work. Thanks to everyone, to all the Real Madrid fans for all the affection. I hope to give you many joys and 'Hala Madrid'."
M/S Rodrygo standing next to Real Madrid President Florentino Perez holding Real Madrid jersey
W/S Presentation
M/S Goes entering press conference room and sitting down
SOT, Rodrygo Goes, Real Madrid player (Portuguese): "I still haven't talked to Zidane, but I think well of him. He was a great player, and now he is an excellent coach. It is not for nothing that he won everything here in Real Madrid. I only think the best of him, and I cannot wait to be coached by him."
M/S Journalists *CUTAWAY*
SOT, Rodrygo Goes, Real Madrid player (Portuguese): "I think that we feel pressure in every football team, of course, here it is a bit more, not a bit, a lot more, given that it is the biggest club in the world."
M/S Press
SCRIPT
Real Madrid presented 18-year-old Brazilian footballer Rodrygo Goes as their latest signing at the Santiago Bernabeu Stadium in the Spanish capital on Tuesday.
At the presentation, Rodrygo thanked Real Madrid President Florentino Perez "for the confidence that was placed in my work" and the club's fans "for all the affection."
Speaking about Real Madrid manager Zinedine Zidane, the Brazilian footballer said, "I only think the best of him, and I cannot wait to be coached by him."
Following the presentation, Rodrygo appeared on the pitch, wearing a Real Madrid jersey for the first time.
Last June, Real Madrid reached an agreement with Brazilian club Santos for the transfer of Rodrygo for a reported fee of €45 ($50.34) million.