Manchester United and Chelsea ‘join Bayern Munich in the race to sign Real Madrid’s Lucas Vazquez and have offered a four-year deal worth MORE than he deserves at the Bernabeu’ with the Spaniard to leave for free this summer.
- Manchester United and Chelsea have both entered the race to sign Lucas Vazquez
- Bayern Munich is also in talks with Vazquez this summer about a free transfer
- The Real Madrid star has failed to secure a new deal in Bernabeu this year
Manchester United and Chelsea have both entered the race this summer to sign Real Madrid’s Lucas Vazquez, reports said.
The Spaniard’s contract in Bernabeu expires at the end of the season and it appears he will be leaving the club after failing to negotiate a new deal.
Bayern Munich has also already shown interest in the 29-year-old, but will have to deal with competition ABC reports that the Premier League outfits are also looking for a free strike on Vazquez.
Manchester United and Chelsea have both entered the race to sign Real Madrid’s Lucas Vazquez
The Spaniard’s contract with Bernabeu expires at the end of the season and is likely to leave
Vazquez has turned down Los Blancos’ latest bid, which was a three-year deal with a 10 percent pay cut after their budget took a major blow from the coronavirus pandemic.
Both English clubs are willing to pay Vazquez more than he currently earns in Madrid.
Other reports from AS claim the winger, who has been with the Madrid team since 2015, is already in ‘advanced talks’ with Bayern Munich about a move this summer.
Hansi Flick’s side are reportedly planning to close 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.
Vazquez is already in ‘advanced talks’ with Bayern Munich about a move this summer
The interest from United and Chelsea has only increased Vazquez’s UK stock after Tottenham and Everton showed their interest in him last summer.
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.