Summer signing Vinicius is becoming one of the great hits of Real Madrid’s tour of the United States of America.
The Brazilian has not only dazzled and made a big impression on the hierarchy of the club, but also the coaching staff, his teammates and the fans.
That is why it wasn’t surprising that he was one of the most acclaimed upon his arrival to the hotel in New York as fans asked for photographs and autographs at every turn.
Like a child who is just enjoying everything he does, the Brazilian makes sure to respond to the requests of anyone who asks for his attention and is always smiling.
One man who is a little more sheltered and not quite as outgoing during his time in the Spanish capital has been Toni Kroos, but that is changing.
We discovered that a German network is preparing a documentary about the life of the player and his career on the tour, which is why he has been particularly kind and friendly.
During Real’s last stop at the Red Bull and MetLife Stadiums, he signed more autographs than any other player.
Now, Los Blancos are preparing to say farewell to the States after visiting two stadiums in just 24 hours.
First was the Red Bull Arena which opened in 2010 and where they worked out on Monday before the game with Roma.
The game, however, takes place in the MetLife Stadium, home of the New York Giants and New York Jets of the NFL, and will be the final match of pre-season for Julen Lopetegui’s side.