Real Madrid wants to sign Aurelien Tchouameni, but the club’s board of directors does not want to commit financial insanity by making a move that could jeopardize the club’s stability.
Real Madrid has spoken to the player again and submitted a bid to Monaco, but it now falls short of the principality club’s expectations, which are set at 100 million euros for the transfer of the midfielder.
Real Madrid’s leaders and technical staff regard Tchouameni as a key signing, and following the end of the Kylian Mbappe affair, they began to confirm the initial work done months earlier, which had been pushed aside in favor of reinforcing the forward line.
Following the initial contacts, Real Madrid’s leaders were met with Liverpool’s interest and PSG’s determination to sign Tchouameni at whatever cost, to the point where the Ligue 1 champions have stated that they are willing to put 100 million euros on the table.
Real Madrid is apprehensive that PSG would inflate the price of the French international much beyond what is reasonable, especially in comparison to the 30 million euros they paid for Eduardo Camavinga ten months ago.
Real Madrid are waiting for an answer on Tchouameni
Real Madrid has presented a proposition to Monaco’s board of directors, who are already aware of the player’s intention to leave the French league, despite the fact that everyone knows that Mbappe had the same notion and ultimately accepted the money from Qatar.
Monaco does not appear to be willing to reduce the amount of money offered to them in the shape of a bid from Paris. The answer to the proposal might come at any time, but it has yet to arrive.
The Tchouameni operation is the latest example of the state teams’ dominance, and Real Madrid’s only remaining choice is to rely on sentimentality to achieve their goals.
They argue that the system protects entities that do not follow the rules, and that as a result, they must battle with other arguments, which will be costly.
Tchouameni wants to play for Real Madrid, and Tchouameni wants to play for Real Madrid, but everything has a limit, and there are more players in the shop window.