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Real Madrid and Valencia working on another loan move for 21-year-old winger



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According to a report from Diario AS, Real Madrid and Valencia are currently discussing the future of 21-year-old winger Peter Federico Gonzalez, who spent the last season on loan at Valencia. 

Now that his loan deal has expired, Valencia are exploring options to either negotiate a permanent transfer fee with Madrid or secure another loan period for the young player.

It must be noted that when Gonzalez joined Valencia in January, Real Madrid included a purchase option valued at €2 million. 

However, it seems Valencia have no immediate plans to trigger this option despite Gonzalez’s significant contributions under coach Ruben Baraja towards the end of the season. 

His performances impressed, but Valencia are reluctant to commit to spending €2 million on his permanent transfer.

Valencia are Real Madrid are discussing two options

Peter Gonzalez does not want to play for Real Madrid’s youth team. (Photo by Aitor Alcalde/Getty Images)

In light of this, Valencia remain keen on retaining Gonzalez for the upcoming season and for that, they have two potential avenues to pursue: renegotiating the transfer fee with Real Madrid to lower the €2 million asking price or arranging another loan spell for Gonzalez. 

Interestingly, the winger’s current contract with Real Madrid’s Castilla team runs until June 2025, and Gonzalez is not keen on returning to play in the lower Primera RFEF league.

So as he prepares for the Paris Olympics with the Dominican Republic national team, where he will face former teammates from Spain, his future at club level remains uncertain. For now, Valencia will continue to monitor his situation closely.

The discussions between Real Madrid and Valencia are ongoing, with both clubs navigating the complexities of player development and financial negotiations. 

For Valencia, retaining Gonzalez could bolster their squad depth, while Real Madrid weigh their options for the young talent’s development path.

In summary, the future of Peter Gonzalez hangs in the balance as Valencia and Real Madrid explore ways to continue their working relationship, balancing financial considerations with the player’s career development aspirations.

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Real Madrid defender set to stay after requesting to see out his contract



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Real Madrid welcomed four players back from loan this summer: Reinier, Rafa Marin, Juanmi Latasa, and Jesus Vallejo and bid goodbye to Marin already, while the others are expected to evaluate their futures with the club.

Vallejo joined Real Madrid in 2015, but he has primarily played on loan at other teams, including Real Zaragoza, VfB Stuttgart, Wolves, and Granada twice.

Having concluded his third stint at Granada, the player is back in the Spanish capital and now seeks a resolution over his future.

Jesus Vallejo held a meeting with Real Madrid’s hierarchy

Indeed, according to AS, Jesus Vallejo recently met with Real Madrid and made a request to fulfill the final year of his contract.

The club has opted not to exert pressure, leaving his future in his own hands: whether he decides to leave or stay, they support his decision.

Jesus Vallejo did not play much at Granada. (Photo by ATTILA KISBENEDEK/AFP via Getty Images)

After all, Vallejo has been with the club for several years, and Real Madrid intends to honour the wishes of one of the players who have been at the club for the longest time.

The 27-year-old centre-back was a part of the Real Madrid squad in the 2021/2022 season and played sparingly.

But he proved to be a dependable option when called upon and enjoyed a memorable performance in the Champions League against Manchester City as a late substitute.

Due to Real Madrid’s options at the back and the potential signing of Leny Yoro, Vallejo is unlikely to find regular game time if he opts to stay put.

Despite managing just three appearances for relegated Granada last season due to an injury, Vallejo looks forward to putting his physical woes behind him and starting afresh.

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