Theo before Milan change - Ødegaard probably hires at Real Sociedad
At Real Madrid, two more departures are opening. While the change from Theo Hernández to AC Milan is already decided thing, Martin Ødegaard apparently decides for Real Sociedad.
MADRID. The "Operación salida", the sale of players, is starting to pick up speed at Real Madrid. After the so far only safe departure Marcos Llorente (to Atlético Madrid) are now three players in one fell swoop before a change. The fact that Mateo Kovačić is most likely with Chelsea, has been known since Thursday. Now also with Theo Hernandez and Martin Ødegaard Clarity prevail.Theo apparently on Monday after Milan
As the sports paper MARCA reports, behind the scenes it is already decided that Theo will join AC Milan. Just recently, he met with Paolo Maldini in Ibiza, at the "Rossoneri" director of strategic development in sports. According to the 21-year-old Frenchman on Monday signed a six-year contract in Italy and Real, which is well-placed on the left wing with Marcelo, Ferland Mendy and Sergio Reguilón, 20 million euros, but no buyback option.
In other words, this is a final farewell - just two years after his move from Atlético to the Concha Espina. The past season had Theo because of his disappointing premiere season 2017/18 already no longer spent in the Estadio Santiago Bernabéu, but on loan at Real Sociedad.Ødegaard for two years to San Sebastián?
With the Basque club, the Madrilenians have now apparently agreed on a Ødegaard loan. This reports in addition to the MARCA and the AS. There is even talk of a two-year stay of the 20-year-old Norwegian. Previously, he should extend his only until 2021 ongoing contract with the Royal until 2023.
Also Bayer 04 Leverkusen showed interest in the midfielder, who apparently decides to prefer to first experience in Madrid's league instead of collecting with the factory club in the Champions League. Ødegaard will probably not go to "la Real" alone. Borja Mayoral is also about to move to San Sebastián.
This article was written by Filip Knopp