Mercato Rennes: A major benefit
This summer again, Rennes has established itself as an important club in the landscape of French football, especially in terms of the transfer window. Capable of selling the players in its workforce at exorbitant prices, Stade Rennais was not hesitant when it came to reinvesting its profits to buy great players. At the end of August, a last great profit could be made by the Rouge et Noir.
After the signing of Nayef Aguerd from West Ham in exchange for 35 million euros, the Red and Blacks were to expect to see many offers arriving from all over Europe to secure the services of their best elements. . Baptiste Santamaria, Martin Terrier, Gaëtan Laborde, all have seen several rumors arise from the most prestigious clubs of the Big 5. After the sale of Mathys Tel for 30 million euros to Bayern Munich , another Champions League regular could go on the attack.
Majer sold at a gold price?
Recruited from Dinamo Zagreb last year, Lovro Majer quickly established himself as one of the references to his position in Ligue 1 . Author of 11 goals and 13 assists in all competitions in 49 games with the SRFC last year, the Croatian midfielder is attracting covetousness this summer. Today, Foot Mercato reveals that Atlético de Madrid are very interested in the player to strengthen their midfield. The rojiblanco club would even be ready to pay up to 50 million euros to recruit him.
With a dense midfield, Diego Simeone has many well-known players in France at his disposal in this position. Geoffrey Kondogbia, Thomas Lemar as well as Antoine Griezmann , partially repositioned in this new role, also see captain Koke, but also Marcos Llorente and Rodrigo De Paul coveting one of the three places available in the Madrid system.
As it stands, Lovro Majer would be fulfilled in Rennes and would not initially consider leaving Ligue 1. However, the call for the Champions League would weigh in the balance to conclude this transfer quickly for the formation of the Sholo. Note that the young Rennes agent is the same as the one managing the careers of Alvaro Morata and Ivo Grbic , both belonging to the Colchoneros.