Real Madrid are said to have to pay €45m to sign Pedro Borro, who is currently on loan at Sporting Lisbon from Manchester City.
According to a report from the NationalReal Madrid learned how much it would cost them to secure the inclusion of Manchester City right-back Pedro Borro, who is out on loan from Sporting Lisbon.
Buru began coaching the youth of Rayo Vallecano before moving to Girona in 2017. He spent two years with the Spanish team and showed good progress before Manchester City rescued him in 2019, only to loan him immediately to Real Valladolid. While the 22-year-old didn’t like it, things changed for him when he signed Sporting CP on loan last year.
Boro enjoyed a fantastic campaign and played a crucial role in the Lions’ victory in the Spanish Premier League. The Spaniard is still with the Portuguese champions, after he signed a two-year loan deal and played 51 games so far, scoring six goals and making three others. The full-back’s high profile led to him being called up to the Spanish national team in March earlier this year.
Sporting have the option to sign Borough permanently for a meager 8.5 million euros, which they are expected to release soon, although Manchester City have been hoping to bring him back to the federation after being swayed by his development. But, the Portuguese team already has a contract with the 22-year-old, who will sign a deal worth 1.8 million euros annually until 2025, with a release clause of 45 million euros.
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According to the report, Real Madrid are very interested in signing the right-back But he will need to match the above release clause amount to secure his signature. It is alleged that eggs They have been keeping a close eye on Borough’s development for a while now and are looking to make a move as they eye a long-term replacement for Dani Carvajal.
The Spanish veteran has struggled with fitness issues for much of the past two seasons, while Alvaro Odriozola is no longer part of the club’s plans. Lucas Vazquez has been used as a temporary right-back, but a club like Real Madrid must have a suitable and superstar right-back in their squad, and Carvajal is likely to be phased out from the first team gradually. The problems persisted.
to that end, Carlo Ancelotti & Co. has been linked to several right-back players lately, with Boro among the options under consideration. While the 22-year-old is expected to make a permanent move to Sporting imminently, the Portuguese champions will not be loath to sell him, as long as the penalty clause is intended, which means they will turn a big profit.
What remains now is whether Real Madrid are willing to match the €45m figure for the Manchester City loan next year or decide to pursue cheaper alternatives.