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Real Madrid transfer news and rumors: Summer transfer window 2022

Check out here the Real Madrid transfer news and rumors for the summer transfer window 2022. Summer Transfer Window for 2022 is starting from 10th june and will close on 1st september.

Last updated: 10.06.2022
Real Madrid transfer news and rumors Summer transfer window 2022

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Check out here the Real Madrid transfer news and rumors for the summer transfer window 2022. Summer Transfer Window for 2022 is starting from 10th june and will close on 1st september.

RICHARLISON has told Everton that he wants to leave.


And Richarlison has switched to a new agency, CAA Base, who also have Goodison Park boss Frank Lampard and team-mate Dele Alli as clients.

The Everton hero, who is awaiting an FA verdict after being charged for throwing a flare back into the crowd in the win over Chelsea, would command a fee of around £65million.

He arrived for £50m from Watford four years ago and has eyed a move to Paris for two seasons.

Arsenal will be tempted to move for the striker, who has two years on his contract and was crucial in helping the Toffees survive last season’s survival battle.

Goodison boss Lampard would be loath to lose him.

But the front man, who was involved in a weekend training ground fight with Vinicius Jr on duty with his country, has already made his position clear to the manager.

With Everton now cutting costs after narrowly escaping a charge of breaking Premier League financial fair play rules it is unlikely the club will stand in his way for the right price.

Majority owner Farhad Moshiri has overseen losses of £372m over the past three years and has now ordered that the club’s wage bill is slashed over the next two years by up to 70 per cent.

To do so the squad also be drastically cut back, putting the futures of Alli, Fabian Delph, Allan, Salomon Rondon and Andros Townsend in doubt.

Moshiri has spent almost £600m over the past six years on new talent.

But Lampard’s budget in the summer transfer market will be seriously limited, although Tottenham’s Harry Winks is a target.

And Lampard is also hoping to persuade Christian Eriksen to sign.

The Danish star spent the second half of last season at Brentford after recovering from a cardiac arrest but former club Tottenham and Manchester United could also move for him.

REAL MADRID superstar Luka Modric has signed a new contract keeping him at the Santiago Bernabeu until 2023.

Modric has enjoyed tremendous success at Real ever since his arrival from Tottenham in 2012 and has been rewarded after helping the club win its 14th European title.

And the star midfielder will be looking for more silverware next season when he celebrates his 37th birthday.

An official club statement read: "Real Madrid CF and Luka Modric have agreed to extend the player's contract, who remains linked to the club until June 30, 2023."

Modric continues to play a key role at Real as he amassed three goals and 12 assists in 45 matches across all competitions this past season.

The Croatia international has been Los Blancos' maestro in the middle of the pitch in the last 10 years.

The 36-year-old has registered a total of 31 goals and 73 assists in 436 appearances.

Modric has also turned into a leader for the Croatian national team as he led them to the 2018 World Cup Final.

That earned him that year's Ballon d'Or award, which made him the first player to win the prestigious honour after the continuous success of Cristiano Ronaldo and Lionel Messi.

The ex-Tottenham star also recently picked up his record 150th cap for his country.

The Croatian star has won a total of three LaLiga titles, the 2014 Copa del Rey and a whopping five Champions Leagues for Real.

Modric has stood out in midfield next to Casemiro and Toni Kroos these past few years and is now expected to mentor potential successors in Eduardo Camavinga and reported signing Aurelien Tchouameni.



GARETH BALE has offered himself to Getafe in a shock transfer blow to Cardiff

The former Real Madrid star, 32, will not retire after leading Wales to their first World Cup in 64 years with a win over Ukraine on Sunday.

Cardiff had hoped to convince Bale to head home ahead of the winter tournament in Qatar despite more than TEN clubs circling.

But Getafe have emerged as a shock destination, with president Angel Torres Sanchez revealing Bale's agent had offered the ex-Real Madrid man to him.

The LaLiga club's chief revealed: "We spoke to Gareth Bale's agent just 45 minutes ago...

"They offered him to us.

“We will consider and study this possibility."

Torres Sanchez later doubled-down on the news, adding: “This morning I spoke with his representative and he explained to me that it was possible to do it.

"The boy wants to stay in Madrid and play in the World Cup.

"I have to give him a ride and talk to the coach. It depends 50 per cent on Bale and 50 per cent on me.”

Bale left Real Madrid after his contract expired at the end of the 2021-22 season.

The golf-mad Welshman had hinted he could retire if Wales didn't qualify for the 2022 World Cup.

But after his free-kick led Wales past a brave Ukraine to reach this winter's tournament in Qatar, Bale is set to continue.

And that has seen a host of clubs, including Cardiff, looking to swoop.

But now it appears Bale will continue his stay in Spain.

The ex-Tottenham man is targeting a move to Getafe - who finished 15th in LaLiga last season.

Getafe are based in Madrid, with Bale clearly keen to continue his luxurious life in the Spanish capital.

The Welshman is more than settled in the city having lived in his incredible £6.5million home there for nine years.

Before Getafe confirmed Bale was angling for a move to the LaLiga side, a hatful of clubs had been chasing his signature on a free move.

Some MLS clubs are said to be in the mix including Wayne Rooney's former side DC United, who are willing to make him their highest-paid player in history.

REAL MADRID have agreed an £85million-plus deal to sign Aurelien Tchouameni from Monaco, according to reports.

The midfielder has been high in demand around Europe.

Tchouameni, 22, is set to snub the likes of Liverpool, Manchester United and Paris Saint-Germain to join the Spanish giants.

According to The Athletic, Madrid have now reached a "verbal agreement" with Monaco to sign their star player.

The deal is set to be worth more than £85m in total, including extra clauses and bonuses.

They add that the deal is in its final stages now, with only routine paperwork to be completed.

Italian transfer expert Fabrizio Romano adds that PSG were willing to offer more than Real Madrid to trump them to Tchouameni's signature.

But the French champions pulled out of the race after the player himself made it clear that he only wanted to join Madrid.

Tchouameni made 50 appearances in all competitions as Monaco came third in Ligue 1 last season.

He made his France debut last September, and has now won nine caps for his country.

Tchouameni follows compatriot Eduardo Camavinga to Madrid.

His fellow Frenchman ditched Rennes for the Bernabeu last summer and hasn't looked back.

The 19-year-old made 46 appearances in all competitions during his debut campaign in Spain, culminating in picking up a Champions League winners' medal.


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