Man Utd transfer blow with Real Madrid deal for Aurelien Tchouameni ‘imminent’ in £68m Monaco switch

REAL MADRID have reportedly gained the race to prise midfielder Aurelien Tchouameni away from Monaco in a £68million deal.

The 22-year-old might be on the best way out of the Ligue 1 aspect this summer time after the membership confirmed they will not stand in his way of an exit.

ASMonaco midfielder Aurelien Tchouameni is reportedly closing in on a transfer to Actual Madrid[/caption]

AFPLos Blancos are set to carry Tchouameni to the Bernabeu in a £68million deal[/caption]

It had been mentioned that Manchester United boss Erik ten Hag recognized the France worldwide as his preferred midfield target.

In the meantime Chelsea and Paris Saint-Germain have been additionally claimed to be keen on securing Tchouameni’s services.

And Arsenal and Liverpool have been additionally credited with an interest in the ex-Bordeaux ace.

However it’s Actual Madrid who’re set to nab the participant with Carlo Ancelotti’s side in advanced negotiations.

In line with AS, Tchouameni is closing in on a £68m change to the Bernabeu.

They state that the switch might be accomplished imminently with a full settlement to be reached within the coming days.

The Spanish information outlet additionally added that PSG have didn’t persuade him to affix, regardless of providing him the next wage.

Switch guru Fabrizio Romano has additionally acknowledged that Tchouameni is on his option to hyperlink up with the Champions League holders.


He tweeted: “Actual Madrid have improved their bid for Aurelién Tchouameni.

“Proposal on the desk for €80m [£68m] plus add-ons, as Paris Saint-Germain have been nonetheless attempting and pushing.

“Real and AS Monaco are in direct contact to reach full agreement as soon as possible.”

Tchouameni was one among Ligue 1’s standout gamers throughout the 2021-22 season – chipping in with three objectives and two assists in 35 top-flight outings.

His type has additionally seen him turn into an everyday in Didier Deschamps’ Les Bleus squad.

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