Real Madrid brought Aurelien Tchouameni and broke all boundaries!

They say that one should not be satisfied with success, but constantly upgrade it. There don’t seem to be any better fans of that than those at Real Madrid.

They do not sleep on their laurels in the capital of Spain after winning the title in the Primera, and then those in the Champions League, but they are constantly looking at how to improve the team.

Their attempt to bring Kylian Mbappe failed, and they immediately turned to the next target – also the Frenchman, Aurelien Tchouameni!

They saw in him the ideal successor to Casemiro, and while they were still preparing for the finals of the Champions League, an oral agreement was reached with the player about the contract until June 2027!

The resistance of Monaco, which demanded 40,000,000 euros in compensation in the winter, remained to be broken, but as the strong midfielder progressed, reached the French national team and attracted the interest of Paris Saint-Germain and Liverpool, the price automatically jumped.

Klopp called Tchouameni, but he gave up as soon as he heard that the football player only wanted to go to Real Madrid. He then got involved in the Paris Saint-Germain race, which offered more than the “royal club”.

Reportedly, the champion of France was ready to go up to 100,000,000 euros! When they heard that in Madrid, they decided to thicken the original offer worth 70,000,000 euros.

Florentino Perez did not want to suffer another defeat from Paris Saint-Germain on the football market, so in the end he paid 80,000,000 euros plus a maximum of 20,000,000 euros through bonuses, which broke all the planned limits for this job!

As the eminent David Ornstein from Athletic first reported, and then all other relevant media reported, the job is done and Real Madrid will get the first reinforcement this summer!

It is interesting that Tchouameni will join his compatriot Eduardo Camavinga, who arrived from Rennes last season, since Real’s idea is to build the future on the two Frenchmen in the years to come…

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