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PSG may consider making a bid for the forward Rodrygo from Real Madrid

The season for Real Madrid came to an end with a sense of disappointment in the face of the challenges they faced. Under the guidance of coach Carlo Ancelotti, the Merengue team failed to achieve the desired success, being eliminated prematurely from the Champions League and witnessing their arch-rival, Barcelona, clinch the La Liga title.

Despite these adverse results, the club’s board has not lost focus and remains attentive to the transfer market in search of new talents to further strengthen the player roster in this transfer window. The PSG board sees Rodrygo as a player who would provide technical returns on the field for many seasons.

However, the departure of other players may become inevitable, and one of them could be the forward Rodrygo. The Brazilian is one of the team’s standout performers and could leave in this transfer window.

Real is expected to demand a high price for the player

According to information revealed by journalist Francisco Buyo from El Chiringuito newspaper, it is reported that coach Luis Enrique has requested the signing of forward Rodrygo from Real Madrid for PSG.

The coach is close to taking over the Parisian club and is already assisting the board with some names. The Spaniard views the acquisition of the Brazilian favorably, particularly as a replacement for the departing Kylian Mbappé.

According to the report, the Parisian team is considering including Rodrygo as part of the deal to sign the French forward. However, the situation is not as straightforward as it seems.

This is because Rodrygo has no interest in leaving Real Madrid. Similarly, the Spanish team does not want to lose the Brazilian gem and sees him as a key player in the squad. Now it remains to be seen what decision Real Madrid will make regarding negotiating one of their most promising players in the squad.

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