Yeray, Atlético's option to strengthen the center of defense

The Athletic player has a low clause of 30 million. With 24 years old he is a progressive footballer and in the Basque club they work on their renovation.


The safe marches of Lucas Hernández, to Bayern of Munich, and Godín, to Inter, two pillars of his behind the last campaigns, have caused that the technical secretariat of the Athletic one does not lose nor a second. As El Mundo advances, one of the central ones that they like is Yeray Álvarez, that has set a remarkable campaign in Athletic as a pair of the international Iñigo Martínez. Its clause is low, 30 million, taking into account that the colchonero club is going to enter many more because of Griezmann's exit.

El Atlético goes to to raise some 176 million that can be increased significantly if the Spanish international midfielder Rodrigo also left for Enroll in Manchester City. Nor is it certain that midfielder Thomas will continue in Atlético, so a profound restructuring of the Simeone squad is looming. Yeray has always declared its interest to continue in Bilbao.

It ends in 2022

Yeray ends contract in june of 2022 and Athletic is aware, as in the case of Unai Núñez, enlisted by the Sub 21, that its 30 million armor is short taking into account the current market and the peculiar philosophy of the rojiblanco club, which can only be supplied by Basque players. The Ibaigane club trusts in extending the contract of Barakaldo power station, of 24 years, and expanding its armor.

Rubén Días, Otamendi, Milenkovic ...

El Atlético will have to incorporate two central defenses in the next summer market. In addition to Felipe, who will arrive from Oporto, the Atletico team is already working to replace Godín and Lucas. Rubén Días, of Benfica, was the favorite for his great future with 22 years, but it has a high price. The veteran Otamendi could arrive from Manchester City and Milenkovic is the option of Fiorentina. Another player on the agenda with a high price is Skriniar, Slovak Central Inter.



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