After completing his takeover over Valladolid, Ronaldo is still yet to leave his mark on the transfer market.
Ronaldo arrived in the Spanish capital at the very top of his game following his displays in the 2002 World Cup, and he was one of Perez's original Galacticos, although he isn't convinced the same strategy can be applied to his newest project.
Upon his takeover of the historic club, the Brazil legend declared his intentions of acquiring young talent and a more shrewd approach in the transfer market.
And with that, he's publically expressed his desire in bringing his nations new prodigy to the 12th placed LaLiga outfit in the upcoming January transfer window.
In terms of Vincius arriving on loan, this is what Ronaldo said: "It's very difficult. I'd love to see him at Valladolid in order to keeps improving.
"He's got a lot of talent and Madrid want him to stay in their squad and Florentino told me a deal would be difficult."
The Brazilian has scored six goals and registered five assists in 13 games for Los Blancos first and second team since his €61m arrival in August.