Arda Güler joins Real Madrid over Barcelona and Premier League clubs

Many clubs in Spain and the Premier League have expressed interest in Fenerbahçe’s teenage star Arda Güler. But he may soon be leaving for Real Madrid. Güler, only 18 years old, is one of the most promising players in international football and has a buy-out clause of $19 million.

Arda Güler joins Real Madrid over Barcelona and Premier League clubs

He has been courted by Barcelona, Sevilla, Milan, and Arsenal, but Real Madrid’s offer has won him over, and he may sign with the club in the coming days. After sending their new sporting director, Deco, to Istanbul, Barça believed they had a deal in place.

Although other teams offered offers, Güler prioritized Madrid’s because he so desperately wanted to wear the famed white shirt. Like Bellingham before him, Güler has made up his mind: he will be playing for Real Madrid. Madrid has no plans to acquire the player until next summer. The club has been monitoring the left-footed Turkish prodigy for months, and the player’s increased interest and subsequent offers have sped things up.

The player is so eager to play for Madrid that the club is ready to sign him this summer, even though Real Madrid did not rule out leaving him on loan for another year at his present club, Fenerbahçe. As this publication predicted on the 22nd of June, Güler’s interest from Real Madrid materialized following Fenerbahçe’s Europa League match against Sevilla, who had already fallen in love with the offensive midfielder.

He played 35 times for Fenerbahçe season 2022-23, contributing to six goals and seven assists. In the most recent Turkish Cup final (2-0) against Basaksehir, he was instrumental with an assist and was named Man of the Match for his outstanding performance. He’s close to signing with Real Madrid, his dream team.

Arda Güler joins Real Madrid over Barcelona and Premier League clubs

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