By Safaa Kasraoui
By Safaa Kasraoui
Rabat – Summer transfer rumors regarding the superstars of football have been widespread across Europe recently.
Every football club is seeking to strengthen and maintain its vitality. Technical staffs, therefore, make every effort to improve the quality of their squads.
To start off, International rivals, Barcelona and Real Madrid have shown a keen interest in signing Atletico Madrid star, Theo Hernandez.
The 19-year-old French player is drawing the attention of many clubs since he joined Deportivo Alaves on loan from Atletico Madrid.
The talented young footballer has expressed a great deal of interest in playing for Real Madrid. Atletico Madrid, however, is not ready to let go of its key player.
According to sports platform, Marca, Real Madrid has already reached an arrangement with the left-back.
For his part, Real Madrid’s key midfielder, Francisco Román Alarcón Suárez, commonly known as Isco, has been heavily rumored to leave his squad when his current contract comes up for renewal.
According to sports media platform, Don Balon, the 25-year-old player has been targeted by several international teams, including Manchester City. The club’s coach, Pep Guardiola, has always admired Isco and could be feeling highly motivated to convince him to join the City club.
The player’s contract will expire in 2018. There is serious speculation, however, indicating that Isco is about to extend his contract with the Los Blancos.
La Liga’s first placed team, Barcelona, has been desperate to sign AS Monaco’s striker, Kylian Mbappe.
The 18-year-old has been targeted by many international footballer clubs, including Manchester United and several Spanish football giants.
Inter Milan has been heavily rumored to sign Barcelona superstar, Lionel Messi, with an enticing transfer bid at the end of the season.
Massimo Moratti, former president of Inter club, told the press earlier this year that Inter Milan aims to sign a group of football superstars, but Moratti is denying rumors that Messi is one of their major targets.
Former international Italian footballer, Jose Altafini, commonly known as Mazzola, has, however, told Italian sports platform, Mattino II, that Inter Milan’s holding company, Suning Holdings Group, could make the speculations a reality.