Writing on his @d2anilo account, the wideman has insisted that Los Merengues will do all they can to advance past Wolfsburg in the Champions League on Tuesday.
Zinedine Zidane’s side fell to a 2-0 defeat in the first leg last week, leaving their hopes of advancing to the semi-finals hanging by a thread.
There’s little doubt that it will take a massive performance in the second leg in order for the Spanish giants to progress past last year’s Bundesliga runners-up.
“I know what it means to defend the badge and how important it is to have this affection,” Danilo began, to start his emotionally charged post.
“I’m very proud to be at Real Madrid and have these fans. We will keep our heads on Tuesday. For them!!”
Danilo has made a good first impression with Los Blancos since moving to the club from FC Porto last year.
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The versatile full-back has made 20 league showings this season, starting 19 matches and coming on as a substitute in one further match.
Of his combined 26 showings in the league and in Europe, 20 showings have come on the right, four have been on the left, and a further two have come from the bench.