Bayern Munich ‘in advanced talks with Lucas Vazquez’ with Real Madrid star who wants to leave the club
Bayern Munich ‘in advanced talks with Lucas Vazquez’ with Real Madrid star leaving the club for free this summer due to interest from Tottenham and Everton
- Lucas Vazquez no longer has a contract with the Spanish champions Real Madrid in June
- The 29-year-old right-wing player has been playing for the first team since 2015
- But now AS reports that Bayern Munich is in pole position to give him a free contract
- Tottenham was interested last year, while Everton would follow him
According to reports in Spain, Bayern Munich is in advanced talks with representatives of Lucas Vazquez to seal a summer resistance for a free transfer.
The 29-year-old – who played 31 games in all competitions for Real Madrid this season – no longer has a contract with the Spanish team in June.
The right-wing player has yet to agree a new deal with the club, despite playing for the first team since 2015.
Bayern Munich is reportedly in advanced talks with Real Madrid’s Lucas Vazquez
The 29-year-old – who has played 31 games this season – is out of contract in the summer
And Spanish outlet AS claim Bayern, the Bundesliga champions, is on pole position and has entered advanced negotiations with the player, but no deal has yet been reached.
The report adds that despite declining a new contract, Vazquez still hopes he can agree with LaLiga champions Madrid, but would still enjoy moving to the German giants.
However, Hansi Flick’s side are reportedly planning to make a deal as soon as possible and admire the versatility of the Spaniard, who has seen him operate both right back and right winger under Zinedine Zidane this season.
And Hansi Flick’s Bundesliga giants reportedly lead the race to sign the right-wing man
Premier League duo Tottenham and Everton have also been linked with a summer move for Spain’s nine-cap international.
Jose Mourinho’s squad were linked with a move for Vazquez last summer and could look to rekindle their interest in the next transfer window, with Gareth Bale’s future uncertain and Matt Doherty failing to impress.
Meanwhile, in a move to Merseyside, Vazquez would join former Real boss Carlo Ancelotti, who is reportedly monitoring the situation, while Leeds boss Marcelo Bielsa would also take an interest in him.
Both Everton and Tottenham have also been linked with a move for the Spain international
LaLiga duo Valencia and Sevilla have been touted as potential suitors in addition to Serie A pair AC Milan and Napoli.
Vazquez played a total of 237 games for Real’s first team, scoring 26 goals.
His club trophies also include two LaLiga titles and three Champions League crowns.