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Arda Guler

Barcelona and Real Madrid go to war for Arda Guler

Fenerbahce’s creative star Arda Guler is in the spotlight and the promising youngster has attracted the interest of many teams, including Real Madrid and Barcelona.

Both sides are pushing hard to sign the 18-year-old attacker and the next few hours could be decisive in the future of the player whose buy-out clause is 18 million euros.

Barcelona would look for a 2024 Guler transfer

It seemed that the Catalan club wouldn’t fight for the player due to their economic problems, but LaLiga’s rules will allow transactions for the 2024/25 season to not count in the current campaign.

Therefore, the expectation is that the Catalan club will push for a deal for the player to join in 2024.

Barcelona are not willing to let the attacker escape and have gone one step further to bring in a player who is destined to mark an era in football.

In fact, representatives of the club led by Joan Laporta have travelled to Istanbul in the last few hours to try to close the deal for Guler, with Deco in charge of convincing the player.

Real Madrid are interested but already have players in that position

For their part, Real Madrid have been following the playmaker for some time, and have now entered the fight for the Fenerbahce man.

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The signing of Guler would be part of the club’s policy of attracting young talent, which has brought the club so much success in recent years, and which this season has had another chapter with the signing of Jude Bellingham when he was only 19 years old.

Los Blancos’ main problem in dealing with the transfer is not financial, but sporting, and has to do with the Turkish player’s fit in a squad that already includes attacking players such as Rodrygo, Brahim Diaz and Bellingham himself.

For this reason, one of the options that the club is considering is to close the signing of Guler and look for a loan in a good European club so that he can complete his development process before making the definitive leap to Real Madrid’s first team.

Despite this, the option of him arriving at the club this summer is not completely ruled out either.

Real Madrid’s message is that this issue will not take too long and that it will be resolved for better or worse in the next few days.

Los Blancos start pre-season work on July 10 and, by that time, they want to have the squad as complete as possible

 

 

Credit: Marca

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