Real Madrid free up non-EU spot thanks to Spanish passport

Real Madrid have confirmed that winger Vinicius Junior has received his Spanish passport, freeing up a non-EU space in the squad.

La Liga clubs are allowed to have five players in their squad who were born outside the EU – with just three permitted to be named in any matchday squad – and Vinicius had taken one of those spots every year since his arrival in 2018.

Now, however, he has obtained a Spanish passport, which means he is no longer seen as a non-EU player.

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