Football Real Madrid transfer news 2020: Fans return, Mbappe update and more

Real Madrid transfer news 2020: Fans return, Mbappe update and more

Follow the latest Real Madrid transfer news today December 1, 2020.

Real Madrid expected to receive fans back in the stadium

 

Real Madrid are expected fans back in the stadium probably early next year even as the club aims at raising funds to fund the transfer of their major transfer target.

According to Bernabeau Digital, the Los Merengues and other La Liga clubs will allow fans back in the stadium. President of La Liga, Javier Tebas stated this earlier.

 

“We will have an audience in the stadiums. We will start with a few, hopefully, but we will have an audience. In January .” Very good news for the championship and for Real Madrid, which could start filling the stands at Di Stéfano ne Valdebebas starting next year.

 

Fans where barred from the stadium after the outbreak of the coronavirus pandemic across Spain. The decision not to allow fans was initiated by the country’s health section.

 

However, since fans were not allowed to enter the stadiums, the revenue of clubs decreased to a certain level which affected smaller teams in the division.

 

Real Madrid close to reaching an agreement with Sergio Ramos

 

Real Madrid and Sergio Ramos are close to reaching an agreement in a bid to keep the legendary captain longer at the club.

 

Based on the agreement, the captain and the club president Florentino Perez, Ramos could extend with the club for the next two seasons, although a pay raise may not come into effect.

 

At least that is what ex-Madridista Paco Buyo said last night at El Chiringuito.

 

Real Madrid recently listed possible replacement for Sergio Ramos

Also Read: Real Madrid eyeing two Spanish defenders as a possible replacement for Sergio Ramos

 

Real Madrid not considering to sell Asensio

 

Despite his current form at the club, Real Madrid is not considering to sell Asensio to any club, at least not at the moment looking at the current injury woes.

 

Asensio is still contracted to Real Madrid until 2023.

 

Real Madrid closes doors on Kevin de Bruyne signing

 

The Los Merengues will no longer work towards signing Kevin de Bruyne after plans from Manchester City indicates a quick contract extension is in place to avoid Real Madrid signing the midfielder.

The Belgian his contacted to the Cityzens until 2023, but the Sky blues want to extend his contract beyond 2023.

 

According to journalist Fabrizio Romano,  the agreement would be very close. De Bruyne would be linked for two more years with Manchester City, that is, until June 30, 2025.

Ibiye Ambille
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