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Real Madrid will not offer youngster in deal to sign Bellingham – Romano



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With Real Madrid pushing forward in their efforts to sign Jude Bellingham in the upcoming summer transfer window, there had been murmurs about the club planning to offer a player in the deal for the Borussia Dortmund midfielder.

The name of Brahim Diaz, who is currently on loan at AC Milan, had been suggested as a possible makeweight that Real Madrid were planning to offer to Dortmund to lower Bellingham’s transfer fee.

However, according to reliable transfer expert Fabrizio Romano, there are no such plans at this point. Real Madrid do not intend to offer Brahim to Dortmund as part of their bid to sign Bellingham in the upcoming transfer window.

It is no secret that the 19-year-old England international has been the top target for Los Blancos heading into the summer. And they have made significant progress in their pursuit of the youngster in recent weeks.

Personal terms are already understood to be agreed upon while Real Madrid are also preparing a formal bid to submit to Dortmund. It is expected that the offer would be around €100 million in fixed amount plus some add-ons.

Bellingham, for his part, is raring to join Real Madrid as per Romano. The England international is understood to be following the Spanish capital giants very closely and studying the way they play and their game plans.

Real Madrid, for their part, are optimistic about the negotiations for the former Birmingham City ace and believe that they can close the deal.

As for Brahim Diaz, he is likely to find a place in the Merengues’ squad for next season after a successful loan stint at AC Milan. In fact, the Spaniard is set to be handed a new contract by the club, with the negotiations understood to be in the final stages.

So, there is no possibility of Real Madrid offering Diaz to Dortmund as part of the Bellingham operation.

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Real Madrid’s pursuit of 18-year-old prodigy dependent on captain’s future – report




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Real Madrid will step up their efforts to sign Lille defender Leny Yoro if Nacho decides to leave the club, according to a report by Agustin Martin in AS.

The situation surrounding Nacho is becoming increasingly uncertain. While he has received a lucrative offer from Al Ittihad, the move has reportedly hit a roadblock.

It is said that Nacho feels that his role in the team has not progressed under coach Ancelotti and his absence from the starting lineup in important matches, like the first leg of the quarterfinals against Manchester City and the Clasico has made him consider leaving the club. 

Furthermore, the recoveries of Eder Militao and David Alaba, along with the presence of Antonio Rudiger and the potential return of Rafa Marin have also influenced his thoughts about his future.

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Real Madrid are very much interested in signing Leny Yoro. (Photo by SEBASTIEN SALOM-GOMIS/AFP via Getty Images)

Interestingly, it is not just his teammates’ presence that has made Nacho think about leaving. There are strong rumours about Real Madrid signing Leny Yoro as well. 

The plan is to sign Yoro either this summer and possibly loan him out if Nacho stays, or in 2025 to join the first team. 

If Nacho decides to leave, it would pave the way for Yoro to join immediately. This decision depends on Nacho’s willingness to stay for another year or take up one of the offers he has received. 

This means the potential signing of Yoro hinges on Nacho’s decision. If the club captain chooses to leave, Yoro could join Real Madrid this year or next. 

For what it is worth, Yoro would strengthen a defensive lineup where most players, except for Militao and possibly Rafa Marín, are over thirty years old. But for this to happen, Nacho must decide whether to stay at Real Madrid or open the door for Yoro’s arrival.

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