Important news from Fabrizio Romano, who brings bad news for Real Madrid. The Italian journalist announces an agreement with a release clause of 55 million euros until 2026, which distances the player from the radar of the white club.
Kylian Mbappé? No, but we are talking about an operation that mattered greatly to Real Madrid. The white team takes note of Fabrizio Romano’s announcements on social media. The player will renew with a release clause of 55 million euros until 2026, which distances him greatly in the short term from Valdebebas.
We go to Brazil to understand this story. The land that has given Real Madrid players like Vinicius, Rodrygo, and Endrick in recent times is once again making headlines for a Real Madrid where one of the best offensive midfielders in Brazilian football has been in the news at Valdebebas. He is now moving away with his new contract.
“The Brazilian talent Luiz Guilherme will sign a new contract with Palmeiras, valid until June 2026. We are talking about a one-year extension with a salary improvement. It is understood that the release clause will be 55 million euros. This is the club’s strategy to prepare for future sales. Luiz will turn 18 in February and is being sought after by the best European clubs,” said the market guru on his social media. The white club takes note.
He charmed Calafat
Talking about Luiz Guilherme is talking about one of the explicit requests from Real Madrid’s scouting director, Juni Calafat, to Florentino Pérez for the future. The renewal announced by Romano temporarily distances an option that had been worked on by Calafat for the coming summers. Verdao takes note of the Endrick case and will seek more money. The Premier League, the main rival if the release clause is executed.
Unless Palmeiras agrees to lower the amount that will now be his starting point, Real Madrid makes it clear that they will never pay that clause for one of those talents from the new world that not only the whites are following. Juni Calafat moves him to another level while the search for new talents in Brazil continues.