Real Madrid are not giving up on signing Fenerbahçe's Arda Güler

Real Madrid are not giving up on signing Fenerbahçe's Arda Güler

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The youngster is wanted by some of the biggest teams in Europe

Real Madrid are not giving up on signing Arda Güler. The 18-year-old Turkish attacking midfielder will be one of the sensations of this summer window after his good season at Fenerbahçe, where he has stood out for his creativity.

Several teams are following him, among them Real Madrid and Barcelona, as well as Milan, who are betting on an affordable signing.

The starting price is his 17.5 million euro release clause, which increases the interest of these teams to secure his signature. A medium-term investment that could be very profitable.

The Turkish press previously reported that Güler has ruled out a move to Madrid as he does not have a guaranteed place in the XI, where the competition is too great.

To end up under the orders of Carlo Ancelotti this season would be a setback in his growth, so his objective is to end up in a team where he can play a leading role.

Madrid are aware of the situation, according to 'Marca', and although their plan was to sign him to play for Castilla, the player's refusal has made them rethink the situation.

Good, young and cheap

The signing of Güler meets all the requirements in the transfer policy imposed by Florentino Pérez in recent years: good, young and cheap.

That is why they are considering signing him and loaning him to a competitive team where he can play a leading role -- and the option of keeping him at Fenerbahçe could convince both the player and his current club.

Los Blancos are aware that the bidding for his signature is complicated. Milan are one of the toughest rivals. The Italian club have launched a strong offensive for him.

Madrid's interest is increasing to secure the signing of the young player, to the point that the Turkish media 'Fanatic' considers an agreement between the white club and Fenerbahçe to be closed.

Although it does not offer a figure, it notes that the agreement reached convinces the Istanbul team, who will continue to have him on loan next season. In addition to the transfer, Los Blancos would pay his salary. It's a win-win equation.

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