Real Madrid target Vinicius Junior has signed a new contract with Flamengo, increasing his release clause, but the teenager is still expected to join the La Liga giants.
16 May 2017 - 4:33 PM  UPDATED 16 May 2017 - 4:33 PM

Vinicius, 16, made his professional debut for the Brazilian giants on Sunday (AEST), coming on against Atletico Mineiro.

The forward is tipped to join Madrid, with reports in Spain suggesting a deal is done for the teenager to make a €45 million ($66.7 million) move in June 2018.

Flamengo announced a new deal for Vinicius on Tuesday (AEST), with a salary readjustment and increase in his release clause from €30 million ($44.5 million) to €45 million ($66.7 million).

16 year-old Madrid target Vinicius makes Flamengo debut
Vinicius Junior, the wonderkid tipped to join Real Madrid in a big-money move, has made his first senior appearance for Flamengo against Robinho's Atletico Mineiro.

Vinicius has starred at youth level for Flamengo and for Brazil's Under-17s.

He scored seven goals for his victorious Brazil side in the South American Under-17 championships earlier this year.