The Frenchman has decided to wear white and has already informed his Monaco teammates that he is ready to arrive at the Bernabéu
Aurelien Tchouaméni has given his ‘OK’ to Real Madrid in recent hours. The footballer already has an agreement with the white club in all the terms and only the starting price remains to be negotiated with Monaco.
It could be closed next week for around 80 million euros, as reported by the newspaper L’Équipe.
Unlike Mbappé, Monaco’s young promise will not go back on his word. He gave the go-ahead to the contract that Real Madrid offered him and even told his teammates that his intention is to play next season at the Santiago Bernabéu.
PSG have not yet given up on the race, but Tchouaméni is clear that his future does not lie in Ligue-1. To grow as a footballer, he considers it opportune to play for Real Madrid and sees Camavinga as a good example to look up to.
White club leaders are currently negotiating with Monaco to seal the transfer price. In the initial plans it was thought to be able to close the deal for some 60 ‘kilos’ more variable, but everything indicates that Real Madrid will have to raise the bet a little to take Tchouaméni.
PSG would have no problem paying that amount, since there is no concern (or intention) to comply with the Financial Fair Play. Liverpool remains in the auction, but they know first-hand that the Frenchman has chosen Real Madrid.
Tchouaméni already has an agreement with Real Madrid and hopes that both clubs will reach theirs in the coming days to close the deal.
It is the first great effect of Florentino Pérez after the betrayal of Mbappé, who will continue in Paris until 2025. Rüdiger will be announced after the Champions League final and conversations have begun with other footballers.