"Reinier" Jesus Carvalho's dissatisfaction with his amount of playing time at Borussia Dortmund has long been common knowledge.
Speaking to Spanish newspaper AS, the 19-year-old Brazilian's father once again confirmed that family and management will attempt to end his loan arrangement in the coming transfer window.
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Versatile midfielder Reinier still has six months on his loan deal with the Bundesliga's second wealthiest club. It nevertheless appears as if the Real Madrid prospect's disappointment with lack of playing time will override any obligation to complete the contract.
"If there's no love, it's impossible," the youngster's father noted when speaking to Spanish daily Diario AS, "During the first season they said he wasn't at the level of his teammates in terms of tactics and physicality, but now there are no excuses."
The 19-year-old has made just five mostly meaningless appearances in the league this season. Another late appearance in the Champions' League, combined with one Pokal and one UCL start push his total appearances to just eight across all competitions this year.
"Nothing ever happens," the father further noted, "Dortmund haven't prepared him for the big moments. All of this raises doubts on his quality."
Mauro Brasilia, as Reinier's father is known, confirmed that family and management had attempted to end the teenager's loan prematurely before and would be trying again in January.
"Borussia did not want to end the loan last year," Brasilia said, "There was no understanding. We're trying to bring him back to Spain. We will talk to them again. Reinier would like to return to Spain as that's the best way to connect the dots."