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Arteta does not lose sight of him: Marco Asensio is one of Arsenal’s goals for 2022

While it is true, Real Madrid the idea of ​​parting with the services of Marco Asensio, but in recent days there are different rumors around the 25-year-old footballer, since the white club is analyzing the idea of ​​renewing his contract, which ends in mid-2023, or putting him on the transfer market with the idea of make cash with your transfer. This last scenario is the one that would once again uncover the interest of the Arsenal, who has a large sum of money to invest in order to strengthen his midfield for next season.

The Mallorcan player is one of Mikel Arteta’s likes the most and it seems that it was the Basque coach himself who asked the ‘Gunner’ board to hire him, in a move similar to that carried out with Martin Odegaard. Of course, first they will have to convince the attacker to want to leave the Santiago Bernabéu, something quite complicated today since their intention is to continue wearing the white team shirt.

Real Madrid, for its part, has never considered the sale of Asensio, since it has been considered one of the jewels of the future. However, this could change since the level of the footballer has dropped notoriously. so the doubts about its renewal are slow.

At the moment, the postulate of the ‘Merengue’ cast is to continue counting on the Balearic in the season that is about to begin, but according to different Spanish media, everything could change in the coming weeks if a good proposal arrives. However, it is known that Everton, Leeds United, Leicester City and Arsenal are the teams that have asked about their situation.

Good news at the Bernabéu

The members of the Real Madrid first team begin to defeat the wave of coronavirus that strongly interrupted Valdebebas with up to nine infected. The ‘white’ club has received the good news that Rodrygo Goes, Gareth Bale, David Alaba and Davide Ancelotti (Carlo’s son and assistant) have tested negative for COVID.

As reported by Javier Herráez from Cadena SER, these players and the assistant coach have tested negative in the PCR tests carried out on match day, on Wednesday in San Mamés, where Madrid won a 1-2 victory.

Now, Ancelotti has four players to recover, which are Marco Asensio, Lunin, Marcelo and Isco Alarcón, who remain isolated at their homes.

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