Samuel Chukwueze Transfer News: The Spanish news site Defensa Central claims that Samuel Chukwueze’s release clause from Villarreal is for €80 million. But Real Madrid won’t use that option to sign him during the next summer transfer window. Even at a price of €50 million, the current La Liga champions are not willing to pay to bring in the form winger.
Since joining Villarreal, Samuel Chukwueze has become one of the league’s most intriguing players. Meanwhile, he has become an integral part of the Nigerian national team.
This is the rookie’s best season to date in his professional career. And it’s quite a feat to have contributed to 13 goals and 11 assists in 40 games. Meanwhile, Real Madrid has been mentioned as a possible suitor for Chukwueze due to his development.
It’s possible that Real Madrid may want to acquire a winger during the next summer transfer window. This is due to the fact that Eden Hazard’s future at Real Madrid is up in the air. As a result of his lack of success up front, the Belgian attacker is expected to leave Real Madrid this summer.
Samuel Chukwueze Transfer News: When it comes to acquiring Samuel Chukwueze from Villarreal in La Liga, Real Madrid will not pay the €80 million release clause
Furthermore, Marco Asensio’s long-term future at Real Madrid is uncertain. However, current rumours suggest the Spanish international will shortly commit to a new long-term deal. The current La Liga champions are still looking to add a winger to their roster. And Real Madrid has shown interest in signing Chukwueze for the next summer season.
However, Chukwueze has a €80 million release clause in his contract with Villarreal. Real Madrid will not spend €80 million to get the services of the 23-year-old player. According to the rumour, Los Blancos are not willing to pay even €50 million to sign the hot winger.
The sum Real Madrid is willing to pay is not mentioned in the article, although it is doubtful that they would pay enough to activate the release clause. Villarreal may be willing to sell Chukwueze for €80 million. But it’s not clear whether that’s the minimum price. What happens next in this narrative is something to keep an eye on.