Marco Asensio TIPPED to join PSG, Leaves Real Madrid after 8 year stint
Real Madrid forward Marco Asensio is set to leave the club after playing for Los Blancos since 2014. The Spaniard made 285 appearances for the club, scoring 61 goals and providing 32 assists during his time at Real Madrid CF. According to Sky Sports Germany, Asensio is currently looking for a deal with
Real Madrid forward Marco Asensio is set to leave the club after nine years. Asensio joined the Los Blancos in 2014 and has since played a vital role in the club’s many title victories. The 27-year-old made 285 appearances for Real Madrid in all competitions. The Spaniard scored 61 goals and provided 32 assists during his time at Real Madrid CF. According to Sky Sports Germany, the forward is close to signing a pre-contract deal to join Paris Saint-Germain (PSG), and the negotiations are in the final stages, with the 27-year-old set to sign a four-year contract.
As per Sky Sports, “Reports have suggested that Real had offered the attacker a new contract but that he decided against extending his nine-year stay at the club.”
During, Marco Asensio’s spell at Real Madrid, he was loaned out twice. First to his former club Mallorca and then Espanyol.
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The official statement by the Real Madrid CF:
Real Madrid would like to express its gratitude and affection to Marco Asensio, a player who has defended our badge and our colours for seven seasons.
He joined Real Madrid when he was just 20 years old and has made history as part of a team involved in one of our most successful eras.
Marco Asensio has lifted 17 trophies at Real Madrid: 3 European Cups, 4 Club World Cups, 3 Uefa Super Cups, 3 La Liga titles, 1 Copa del Rey and 3 Spanish Super Cups.
As Madridistas, we will never forget his career and his outstanding conduct during all this time. Real Madrid is and will always be his home, and we wish him and all his family the best of luck in this new chapter in his career.
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