The future of the promising Croatian defender Josko Gvardiol It continues to be a reason for speculation in the transfer market. the RB leipzig He has made it clear that he will only let the player go if a club is willing to pay around 100 million euros for his transfer. So far, the Manchester City It is the only team that seems willing to reach that figure.
In a recent interview, Gvardiol expressed his resignation at the possibility of a change of scenery this summer, stating that RB Leipzig is not interested in selling him and that there is no point in talking about his future. However, as reported by The Times, there is a minimum loophole for his departure if an offer close to 100 million euros arrives.
Manchester City and Real Madrid already know the price of Gvardiol
Manchester City has emerged as the main interest in taking over the services of the young defender. Despite having a solid defensive line made up of players like Rúben Dias, John Stones, Aymeric Laporte, Nathan Aké and even Manuel Akanji, the English team seeks to further strengthen its defense and sees in Gvardiol a player with great potential and projection. .
He real Madrid They’ve also been linked to Gvardiol in recent months, but currently it doesn’t seem like they’re willing to spend such a large sum on a defender. The whites have focused their efforts on strengthening other positions, such as the signing of midfielder Jude Bellingham from Borussia Dortmund and the search for a new center forward.
At just 21 years old, Gvardiol has shown a high level at RB Leipzig and has aroused the interest of several European clubs. His imposing physique, his ability to play from behind and his defensive solidity make him a highly sought-after player on the market.
As the transfer market progresses, it will be interesting to see if any club comes close to the figure required by RB Leipzig to secure Gvardiol’s services. Manchester City seem the most likely candidate at the moment, but surprises are not ruled out from other clubs willing to make a tempting offer for one of the most promising defenders on the football scene.