Shocking Twist in Xabi Alonso’s Contract with Leverkusen Spells Goodbye to Real Madrid

    According to press reports, Real Madrid is trying to obtain the signature of Spanish coach Javi Alonso, the current coach of Bayer Leverkusen, following the negative results achieved by the team’s current coach Carlo Ancelotti.

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    real Madrid

    Xabi Alonso has continued to impress since taking over at Bayer Leverkusen over a year ago and is doing a great job at the German club.

    Fernando Caro, CEO of German club Bayer Leverkusen, has revealed a stunning surprise in the contract of Spaniard Xabi Alonso, the team’s technical director, regarding a supposed release clause that would allow him to move to one of his former clubs, namely Royal. Club or English club Liverpool.

    Xabi Alonso… Farewell Real Madrid

    Alonso has already found himself the target of a number of big European clubs trying to sign him, led by Real Madrid, Bayern Munich and Liverpool, following a remarkable transformation in Bayer Leverkusen’s performances and results under his leadership.

    Xabi Alonso
    Xabi Alonso

    Spanish newspaper S reported that Alonso insisted that his contract with Bayer Leverkusen include a clause that would allow him to leave for one of the previous clubs he played for, notably Royal Club and Liverpool. , to which Caro responded in his statements. on English radio station Talk Sport.

    According to the newspaper, he said: “No, but we don’t need a clause. We have a very good relationship with Xavi and he knows we are a serious club.”

    Leverkusen reveals surprise in Xabi Alonso contract

    He added: “At the end of the day, we won’t force anyone to stay if they don’t want to. We want them to feel happy and satisfied with us to the point where they just want to stay, and that’s our goal.”

    Xabi Alonso
    Xabi Alonso

    He continued: “Nothing is on paper, but sometimes agreements that are not written on paper are agreements too, and we know that if he needs to make a move in the future, we can talk to each other.”

    The Bayer Leverkusen CEO concluded his statement on the matter by saying: “I hope we don’t have to do this because he will stay and be happy at Leverkusen.”

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