The Brazilian announces that he is working on a project to help children in his country who suffer from it


The Real Madrid striker Vinicius Jr regretted that “racism” continues to be one of the current issues in football, but he confessed that little by little it is solved by highlighting the measures of LaLiga, while announcing a family project in Brazil to help to children who suffer from racism.

“It is always difficult to talk about racism, but with each passing day we go a little further in the direction so that we have to talk less about it,” he said in statements to the media.

The Madrid player is summoned by his team, after the World Cup in Qatar, for a friendly against Morocco on Saturday. “I am with my family thinking about a project to help children in Brazil who suffer from racism,” the Brazilian revealed.

Precisely, LaLiga reported this Thursday that it has denounced in the Investigating Courts of Barcelona the racist insults that the Real Madrid player received in the Clásico last Sunday at the Spotify Camp Nou against FC Barcelona (2-1). A new episode like those suffered by Vinicius against Mallorca, Valladolid and Atlético de Madrid.

“In each interview I have to talk about racism, but there is less and less, the world is getting better and better. I am happy that LaLiga is doing things to improve and punish people in the stadiums,” said the Brazilian.

Citing the interview, LaLiga itself answered the Real Madrid player. “That’s right, Vini. LaLiga and the clubs continue working to end this scourge. We are all united against racism,” wrote the LaLiga Twitter account.

To speed up the identification of those who caused the insults, the employers’ association has set up a complaints channel on its website so that fans who may have information or some indication of the identity of those responsible can contact LaLiga and facilitate the necessary identification to file the pertinent complaints.