vinicius is a poor finisher and I question his decision making a lot. However, there is no doubt the talent is there
Vini is progressing a lot, and although he continues to make unforgivable mistakes, he looks much calmer in front of the goal.
Rodrygo however seems to have stalled a bit (since that hattrick in the Champions League).
Sometimes unnoticed in games, or very shy in 1v1.
Too manny passes back, or zero risk in easy situations.
In recent months he has built up a lot so we will see if there is some change.
I would like to see him closer to the goal, even as a forward
I fully agree with you all; they can't be relied on to deliver the goods immediately. However, I was highlighting the fact that Real Madrid would be able to move on from someone like Hazard relatively easily. Both Vinicius and Rodrygo are still quite young and can refine their game further. Vinicius is further ahead, but even he has some way to go. Still, getting in players of that calibre earlier on improves their position when it comes to eventually replacing Hazard. They just need to worry about replacing Benzema when it comes to the attack (possibly Mbappe).I agree with the previous two posters. Vinicius has to mature (for the lack of a better word) quite a bit. He had some great moments but often dwelled on the ball or fluffed it. He scored two goals in the last two games, so maybe thats him taking the next step. I havn't seen much from Rodrygo, but at time I thought he might be best as CF. Maybe I am totally wrong about that. They are both young and certainly talented, but having to rely on them consistently might come a bit early. Real would be in great shape if one or both kick on. I am less convinced about Asensio. He is a useful player to have, but I am not sure he is more than a good squad player for Real.