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Real Madrid wants Arsenal target Marco Asensio to go, according to reports

According to Sport, Real Madrid expects Arsenal target Marco Asensio to depart this summer and hopes to gain roughly £43 million from the winger.

At the Bernabeu, Asensio is about to enter a critical phase of his career. Los Blancos’ contract with him ends at the end of next season. And he has yet to consent to a postponement.
An offer has been on the table since March, according to Sport. Real wants to maintain the 26-year-old on his existing £131,000-a-week contract. He, on the other hand, has better offers from other places.

As a result, the Champions League champions are beginning to believe Asensio will depart this summer. For the forward, they are hoping to collect roughly £43 million.
Arsenal will undoubtedly be alerted by the news. According to reports this weekend, the Gunners have contacted his representatives regarding a prospective move to the Emirates.

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Arsenal is also on Sport’s list of supporters. As a result, Real’s position will undoubtedly inspire them. They appear to be resigned to the prospect of selling him in this window.

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Marco Asensio is expected to depart Real Madrid.
If Arsenal were to sign Asensio, it would be a fantastic coup. With nearly 230 Real Madrid appearances under his belt, he is a ‘world-class’ player.

This season, he scored 12 goals in all competitions.

Much will be determined by who Arsenal signs this summer. The Gunners’ pursuit of Raphinha may be contingent on their ability to trade Nicolas Pepe, according to Charles Watts.

Raphinha is more versatile than Asensio. They are, however, at their finest in a similar situation. So getting rid of Pepe might be crucial if they want to pursue Asensio more seriously.

Real’s acceptance of losing him creates a chance for Arsenal that some fans believe is too good to pass up.

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