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Rodrygo Goes’ potential destinations – ranked

Sir Jim Ratcliffe

Kylian Mbappe and Endrick’s impending arrivals at the Santiago Bernabeu is something that every single Real Madrid fan is counting down the days to.

Along with Jude Bellingham and Vinicius Junior, the pair look set to usher in a new era of Galacticos are Los Blancos, and potentially also usher in another era of unrivalled dominance of the European game.

And while all that is very exciting for basically everyone associated with Real Madrid Football Club, it’s perhaps not so exciting for Rodrygo Goes. Mbappe and Endrick’s arrivals could, reportedly, spell an end to the wide forward’s glittering career at Spain’s capital club, with a number of Premier League clubs all keeping an eye on his situation heading into the summer transfer window.

So, if Rodrygo is forced out of the Bernabeu by Endrick and Mbappe, where should he go next? We at 90min have taken a look.

Sir Jim Ratcliffe

Welcomed to Manchester by Ratcliffe? / Robbie Jay Barratt – AMA/GettyImages

The INEOS revolution is set to commence at Old Trafford this summer, and what better way to set the stall out than to make a splash in the transfer market by signing a world class player, right?

Well, probably wrong.

Rodrygo is a stunning footballer, but his reported €100m price tag will be a bit to rich to stomach during a summer in which Man Utd need at least five additions to their struggling squad.

Fit? 3/10

Mikel Arteta

Arteta is a top manager to work with / Marc Atkins/GettyImages

By going out and signing the best available player to fill a need in midfield during the 2023 summer transfer window, Mikel Arteta’s Arsenal have gone to another level this season.

Heading into the 2024 summer transfer window, Arsenal are in need of a new forward to lead their potent offensive line. The best potentially available player to do that might just be Rodrygo.

Although more naturally a wide forward, the Brazilian has performed extremely well (after some expected teething problems) as a striker this season at Real Madrid, and he’s the sort of tactically dynamic player that Arteta seems to love.

Fit? 7/10

Bernardo Silva

Chance to play at Anfield? / Robbie Jay Barratt – AMA/GettyImages

If Jurgen Klopp was going to be the Liverpool manager in 2024/25, then the Reds probably would’ve been top of this list.

The Brazilian would’ve thrived in Klopp’s all-action, high intensity, vertical, set-up.

Klopp leaving doesn’t mean that there’s no chance of Rodrygo fitting in well at Anfield though. The wide forward may be the perfect future replacement for Mohamed Salah – a…

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