Real Madrid’s CF is looking for a young striker who can lead the club in the future. As a mentor with Karim Benzema, a dynamic new addition could help prepare the club for a guard change. In addition to Killian Ampe, the Spanish giants are closely linked with Borussia Dortmund star Earling Holland, but if they have some patience, they can save cash on player transfer fees.
At the moment, Dortmund have made it clear that the Netherlands are central to their plans for the current season. He was reluctant to listen to offers, and has valued the player at more than 200 million euros (£ 170 million). That’s a staggering amount for any club, even as big as Real Madrid.
However, if Florentino Perez can exercise some restraint, he will have a chance to save more than half of that amount next year. It is believed that the Dutch agent, Menu Riola, has inserted a release clause in the player’s contract which will be activated by next summer. The amount is unconfirmed, but is thought to be in the region of مل 75 million.
The agreement between the child and the player allows Dortmund to secure its investment until at least 2022, while allowing the Netherlands to decide its own destiny beyond that.
Earlier this year, Raula and Holland’s father were spotted in Spain, where they visited both Camp Nou and the Santiago Bernabeu. The player wants to join one of the Spanish giants, but Premier League clubs have also shown interest. It looks like Norway will still be in Germany, but talks will begin in September.
Dortmund are also planning for the future, with 22-year-old forward Daniel Malone signing PSV with a view to developing him as an alternative.