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“€50 Million For Him”- Real Madrid Informed About The Price They Have To Pay For Their Main Target

Real Madrid News Transfer: According to a story that was published on SPORT, Manchester City would sell Gabriel Jesus to another club for the sum of €50 million. Real Madrid was presented with an offer to buy the Brazilian striker over the course of the previous few days. The club is now aware of the amount of money they will need to shell out if they actually want to acquire the attacker.


In addition, Gabriel Jesus would have to make something in the neighbourhood of 7 million euros annually. This means that the whole deal would not be as inexpensive as certain members of Real Madrid’s board were anticipating it to be.

The fact that Gabriel Jesus does not come from a member country of the European Union is now Real Madrid’s most pressing problem. Los Blancos already have three of them with Vinicius, Rodrygo, and Militao. They would not be allowed to register another one until Vinicius receives his Spanish passport. This is something that should have already occurred. It would seem that the procedure is taking far longer than was anticipated. Hence, Vinicius will not be able to receive his passport in time for the start of the 2022-2023 season even if Gabriel Jesus is a realistic aim.


Real Madrid News Transfer: Will Los Blancos go after Gabriel Jesus?

After Erling Haaland was signed by Manchester City, it is anticipated that the Brazilian would leave his position at the Etihad Stadium in the summer. However, Manchester City is not going to sell their top player for a low price. They are anticipating a return of about €50 million from the sale of their superstar.

What was once a one-horse race has effortlessly transformed into a five-way battle involving Arsenal, Chelsea, Real Madrid, Atletico Madrid, and Spurs. It has been all about Jesus and a transfer to the Emirates for what seems like weeks now. It seems that a deal is fairly near to being finalized in a matter of weeks, if not days, at this point.



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