Joao Cancelo only recently went on loan to Bayern Munich, but he is not getting the kind of playing time he is used to. He may be able to find salvation in a move to Real Madrid, who have taken a keen interest in him.
The Portuguese defender is on loan at Bayern from Manchester City, where he reportedly did not get on too well with Pep Guardiola, who decided he no longer wanted him in the team and sent him to Bavaria.
But Cancelo may well not stay there, and will be moving on again in the summer. In any case, he will have no shortage of suitors. Real Madrid would like to lure him into their ranks, and they will be addressing the issue of flankers.
Dani Carvajal, who plays on the right, is getting on in years and they need to look for an adequate replacement, while left back Ferland Mendy is no longer fit for Real.
the 28-year-old Cancelo is a very valuable commodity in the player market, also because he can play on both edges of the defensive line, and he can play really well.
This would suit the royal Madrid outfit, as he could replace Mendy while also giving Carvajal a breather if needed.
According to Transfermarkt.de, Cancel’s current price tag is around €60 million, an amount Real are reportedly willing to pay for the Barreiro native.
He is in this year’s 1. He played eight games for Bayern in this year’s Bundesliga, in which he registered one goal and two assists. In the Premier League this season, Cancelo has appeared in 17 games for Manchester City, scoring two goals and assisting one.
In the past seasons, the Portuguese international has been one of the highest rated edge defenders in the league. This makes him a very tempting potential buy for Real.
Source:: Goal.com, Transfermarkt.de
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