‘Tottenham OUT’ Man City prepares 133.2 billion… “We don’t have that much money”

 Will Leipzig’s Yoshko Gvardiol (20) move the team with a huge transfer fee?

British media ‘Sports Mall’ cited a report from British media ‘Give Me Sports’ on the 19th (Korean time) and mentioned the transfer rumor of Gbardiol.

The media reported, “Gvardiol’s transfer fee has been set. Tottenham cannot compete with the financial firepower of Manchester City and Manchester United.”

“Manchester City submitted a bid of 85 million pounds (approximately 133.2 billion won), and it is known that Manchester United offered 77 million pounds (approximately 120.7 billion won) to 82 million pounds (approximately 128.5 billion won).”

Gbardiol, who joined Leipzig in the 2021-22 season, is a potential defender who was praised by experts in the German Bundesliga last season메이저놀이터. He is a left-footed centre-back who can also bowl at left-sided defenders, and can even play as an anchor protecting the defensive line.

He recorded two goals and three assists in 46 games last season. It was a definite influence within the team, enough to start in 40 of them. The same goes for this season. He has been very active with 1 goal in 19 matches.

He made a name for himself through this World Cup. As a member of the Croatian national team, he defended the defensive line as a starter in every game from the first match of the group stage until the third-place match against Morocco. In the match against Morocco, he even scored a goal and led the team to 3rd place.

It is clear that there are many teams targeting him. Transfer fees are also rising. The British media ‘The Sun’ said, “Chelsea is trying to bring Gbardiol in the January transfer window. The club hopes that it will succeed in recruiting, beating Real Madrid and Manchester City.”

He signed a contract with Leipzig in September. His contract expires in June 2027. It seems clear that he needs a large transfer fee to bring him as he still has a lot of time left on his contract.

Proudly powered by WordPress | Theme: Crimson Blog by Crimson Themes.