Welcome to cfrealmadrid.com. Today, we are bringing you the latest transfer news from the real of Real Madrid. Van De Beek, the attacking midfielder from Ajax, was on the verge of making a switch to Real Madrid last summer. The transfer move fell apart somehow. However, the board of Real Madrid is a huge admirer of the Van De Beek, and they will land him in the summer of 2020. This is the speculation in Netherland according to Telegraaf.
The Dutch newspaper suggests that the move is locked at 55 Million Euros. The 22 years old midfielder will be a part of Real Madrid’s squad next season. The player himself has left the door open to an exit a few days ago in a chat with the ‘Daily Mail’ and now those words seem to make even more sense: “I said it before and I’ll say it again: I’m staying at Ajax this season. We’ll see if I leave the team this summer or go on for another season”.
At Ajax, Van de Beek plays as a central midfielder. According to his Manager, “he plays the best football at the number six position.” I think Beek has excellent ball control and a great eye for a pass. Beek also makes runs into the box. Along with excellent linkup ability with the attack, Donny is a hard-working player who can play between the lines.
Real Madrid also have a few midfielders on loan. Martin Ødegaard is currently playing for Real Sociedad while Dani Ceballos is on loan with Arsenal. Madrid have also James Rodriguez and Isco in the squad. There is also a promise from Uruguayan young midfielder that he can serve the club for long. Modric is aging but his efforts on the field are not lesser than any other fresh legs in the team. So, if the transfer news of Van de Beek is really true, Real Madrid will have to offload players from their current squad next summer.
Interestingly, This new rumor came just when Fede Valverde seemed more adapted to Madrid’s first team. Do the Real Madrid really need Van de Beek after the explosion of the Uruguayan? I leave this question to you guys. We will be back with some fresh content in a short while. Until then, Hala Madrid!