Spanish midfielder Saul Niguez is seeking a way out of Atletico Madrid this summer season, reports Spanish outlet Diario AS.
Saul came through the academy at Atletico, earning his expert debut in March2012 His breakthrough into the beginning XI can be found in the 2014/15 season following an impressive loan spell at Rayo Vallecano.
Under Diego Simeone, the midfielder has actually won two Europa Leagues, one Copa del Rey, and finished as runners-up in the 2015/16 Champions League, losing to rivals Real Madrid in the last on penalties. He has actually likewise earned 19 caps for the Spain nationwide group, scoring 3 times.
However, it looks like if his time at the Wanda Metropolitano is set to come to an end this summer, with Diario AS reporting that Saul wants to stop Atletico Madrid for Bayern Munich.
The Spaniard has actually lost his guaranteed location in Simeone’s beginning XI, making only 21 begins of a possible 36 this campaign.
Bayern Munich will be looking for reinforcements to get back to the levels they were at in the 2019/20 season when they won the treble. It is currently impossible for Hansi Flick’s side to repeat this task, having already been knocked out of the DFB Pokal.
On the other hand, they look far less dominant in the league, although they are still on course to lift a ninth successive Bundesliga title.
The Bavarians did not sign a replacement for midfielder Thiago Alcantara, who departed for Liverpool last summer season.
However, competition in midfield would still be high if Saul was to make the switch to the Allianz Arena. The 26- year-old would be combating with Joshua Kimmich, Leon Goretzka, Thomas Muller, Corentin Tolisso and Jamal Musiala for a beginning berth.
Saul signed a nine-year contract at Atletico Madrid in 2017, leaving him with over five years left on his existing offer.
The agreement includes a release stipulation believed to be worth EUR150 million, but Diario AS declares that Los Rojiblancos would accept a bid between EUR35 m and EUR50 m.
In the meantime, Atletico Madrid will be focused on their La Liga title charge. Having as soon as sat 10 points clear at the top with a game in hand at the start of February, they are now just seven points ahead of Barcelona having actually played one video game more.
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