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Real Madrid want to sign teenage prodigy and loan him out, player not on board with idea



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Over the past couple of days, there has been a lot of chatter surrounding Fenerbahce and Turkey wonderkid Arda Guler and the potential interest he is generating from Real Madrid, among other top clubs.

The 18-year-old attacking midfielder enjoyed a solid 2022/23 campaign, finishing with six goals and seven assists from 35 matches across all competitions. Given the potential he has shown, Guler is being tipped as the next big thing in European football.

As has become the norm, Real Madrid have shown an interest in signing one of the most promising young talents on show currently.

In fact, Los Blancos also have drawn up a plan for the versatile attacking midfielder, who has a €17.5 million release clause in his contract.

Indeed, according to journalist Volkan Demir, Real Madrid wish to sign Guler from Fenerbahce right away this summer but intend to loan him back to the Turkish giants so that he can play regularly and continue his development.

However, the 18-year-old is not on board with the plan. Guler, who has four caps for the Turkish national team, dreams of playing for Real Madrid, but wants to join the club right away and not go out on loan after signing for the Merengues.

The Spanish capital giants, though, will work to convince the Turkish wonderkid of their plan and accept the proposal of going back on loan to Fenerbahce after signing for them.

Real Madrid have been focusing on recruiting the best young talent across the globe in recent years. Vinicius Jr, Rodrygo Goes, Eduardo Camavinga, Aurelien Tchouameni, Endrick and Jude Bellingham have all been brought in by Los Blancos and they wish to add Guler to the list as well.

But, a move will now depend on whether the 18-year-old is willing to accept the idea of going on loan after signing for Real Madrid. Guler also has other suitors, including the likes of Barcelona and AC Milan. And only time will tell where he ends up.

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Video: Real Madrid vs Las Palmas ends in dispute between Ancelotti and star forward



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Real Madrid’s game against Las Palmas this midweek was an important one for the club.

The Spanish giants secured a 2-0 victory over the Canaries. But more importantly, the game witnessed the return of Vinicius Junior, who was coming back from an injury.

However, it was not the most pleasing return from the Brazilian, who had an altercation with head coach Carlo Ancelotti.

Dispute ends without a handshake

A video has surfaced recently which shows that Vinicius Junior and Ancelotti even ended the game without even shaking hands.

The altercation started when Ancelotti was seen talking to Vinicius, asking him to play more freely.

Vinicius, though, was not happy with the Italian’s tactics. He pointed out his disagreement with Ancelotti and highlighted the team’s lack of structure.

Ancelotti continued to yell at the Brazilian, asking him to play a certain way. The matters turned worse when Vini continued to turn his back on the Real Madrid coach.

After the final whistle, the Brazilian international did glance past Ancelotti without even shaking his hand.

Ancelotti under pressure

This is a worrying sign for Real Madrid and an indicator that the team is not entirely happy with Ancelotti, who has faced criticism despite a relatively good start to the season.

Although the Real Madrid board has continued to back the former AC Milan and PSG coach, the Italian is certainly running on thin ice.

The upcoming games against Girona, Napoli and Osasuna could be crucial as Real Madrid look to maintain their winning momentum, especially following a derby defeat to Atleti.

In the meantime, Ancelotti must definitely have a word with Vinicius and calm the Brazilian, knowing the attacker could play a key role in revving up the team’s offensive unit in the coming weeks.

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