Madrid aims for its pearls
They are three very valuable youngsters and Madrid want to get a piece of it. Antonio Blanco (22), Sergio Arribas (21) and Rafa Marin (21) will leave the white team this summer and the entity’s idea is to make money with them, but without losing control of their future. In other words, transfer them by selling half of their rights and being able to keep the other 50 percent allowing for a potential return to Chamartín. The formula with which Fran García was repurchased this summer.
The most active young player among these three is Antonio Blanco. He has experience in professional football (Cádiz, promotion with Alaves) and was one of the most prominent players in the last European Under-21 Championship. Cordovan was selected in the perfect eleven of the tournament. Real Madrid suggested contract renewal (Blanco’s current contract expires in 2024) But with the intention of leaving. Her bunker has risen and Madrid, if you move her, would like it Move on the bar 10 million euros. This is also the starting amount the club has demanded from any interested Arribas.
The young midfielder once again put together an impressive season (35 goals in the last two seasons at Castilla de Raúl) which he embellished with his goal for the first team in the Club World Cup. Spotlight puts him in the field of desire of Primera clubs in Spain and also in Germany. for this reason, Madrid choose to start the summer and demand big sums. As for Rafa Marin, they came to ask for 8 million euros (for fifty percent of the defender’s pass) from one of the suitors. The aim is to get at least 20 million euros for the three of them. The introduction of cash helps balance somewhat because none of the first team’s departures has theoretically left money in the coffers and at the moment, from the club’s non-key footballers and Ancelotti, The only possible sale is Mandi.
Blanco is on sabbatical after his efforts with the Under-21s, but despite Rafa Marin’s already back training at Valdebebas while his future is being worked out. Betis, as reported by AS, is the most insistent on it. But whoever loves him, as happens with Blanco and Arribas, has to scratch his pocket.