Brazilian attacker, Vinicius Junior could be on his way out of Real Madrid if Spain does not fix its issue of racism.
LaLiga TV presenter, Phil Kitromilides said that the 23-year-old may have no option than to depart the Spain capital since supporters are not punished for racially abusing players.
The Brazilian was racially abused during Real Madrid’s 1-0 defeat to Valentia on Sunday with all manners of racist slurs thrown at him.
Kitromilides believes that it is getting closer to a point where the Brazil international will be reviewing his future at the club and in Spain, even though he had no plans to leave the Santiago Bernabeu initially.
“But he doesn’t want to suffer this constantly, and he’s not going to back down, he’s not going to stop the way he plays, he’s not going to change his personality, he’s not going to change his character and nor should he have to.
“This seems to be continuing, the more belligerent he might be on the pitch, the more people are going to abuse him.
“It’s a vicious circle and I don’t know how we get out of it, and it’s pretty sad,” he told talkSPORT.