Arsenal and Barcelona focus on Dayot Upamecano, warned by RB Leipzig chief to ‘take time’ with decision
Arsenal and Barcelona focus on Dayot Upamecano, warned by RB Leipzig chief to ‘take the time’ with the decision on the future as the corona virus pandemic has ‘changed’ the situation
- The sports director of RB Leipzig, Markus Krosche, has warned the French defender
- Krosche thinks Dayot Upamecano should think carefully before leaving
- Arsenal attempted to move for Upamecano earlier this season, but were priced
- Upemecano’s contract states that his release clause drops £ 17 million every season
Arsenal target Dayot Upamecano has been warned by an RB Leipzig chief to take the time for his next transfer decision.
Leipzig sports director Markus Krosche has told the Frenchman to think carefully before taking another leap in his career.
Krosche said Kicker when questioned about Upamecano and what his next move should be: “This is a far-reaching decision for a player. He should take the time for that.
Arsenal target Dayot Upamecano has been warned by an RB Leipzig chief to take his time
“He has to be clear about exactly what he is going to do, how he sees his future.
“Maybe that has changed a bit because of the new situation [coronavirus]. ‘
Arsenal tried to move for Upamecano earlier this season, but its £ 72 million release clause cost them a move.
His contract states that the clause drops £ 17 million each season, making him a more readily available target in the summer period.
Mikel Arteta’s side tried to move to Upamecano earlier this season, but was priced
Real Madrid is ready to compete against Arsenal, Barcelona and Bayern Munich to secure the signing of the RB Leipzig defender.
Reports in the Spanish outlet AS suggest Los Blancos has become the newest club considering activating the £ 55 million release clause in Upecano’s contract.
However, the Frenchman is willing to make a transfer request to force throughput if the bidding clubs don’t match Leipzig’s rating.