Real Madrid: Kroos considering exit, Vinicius rejects PL offers


We bring you the latest transfer news regarding the 14-time Champions League winner, Real Madrid and how are they shaping their squad.

Real Madrid already secured the services of Aurelin Tchouameni and Antonio Rudiger. While the club had to pay a hefty sum to AS Monaco for Tchouameni, Rudiger arrived for free from Chelsea. Also the Royal Whites’ president Florentino Perez said that they are not planning any further additions now. Although much of the transfer window is still remaining, we expect more incomings and outgoings for the Spanish giants.

Asensio might leave Real Madrid

According to the reports, Real Madrid are looking to sell their star for around €40 million. This is because the club is finding it difficult to commit him to a new contract. A number of Premier League clubs registered interest in him including Manchester United, Arsenal and Liverpool. Also, AC Milan are keen to sign the forward from Real Madrid.

Vinicius Junior rejected PL move?

According to reports, Vinicius Junor turned down transfer requests for him from a host of Premier League clubs. Man United, Chelsea and Liverpool were all keen to secure the services of the young Brazilian youngster. Now, he is on the verge of signing a new long-term deal at his current club. The recently concluded campaign was a breakthrough season for Vinicius as he scored 22 goals and registered 20 assists in all competitions for his club.

According to Marca, Chelsea, Man United and Liverpool all recently made contact with Vinicius’s camp, while Paris Saint-Germain are also believed to have been keen to sign him.

Will Toni Kroos exit Real Madrid?

Toni Kroos opted against signing a new contract for Real Madrid. This bit of news attracted interest for him from Man United. The German midfielder once again was a key player in the club’s triumphs in La Liga and UCL. The 32-year-old only has a little over a year left on his contract and according to SER Deportivos, he is not interested in signing an extension.

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