He can be bought back by Real Madrid this summer for eight million euros. MARCA told us about that information. In the winter transfer market, a Pontevedra Premier League team made an offer of about 25 million euros for the Girona player, but the player turned it down. Madrid would have had to pay 12 and a half million euros to keep the player.
Real Madrid had the right of first choice in January, which meant they had to match any club’s offer to keep him. This meant they couldn’t buy him back. Since he owns half of the player’s business rights, he will only have to pay half of the amount written in the papers. The player simply said “no” to the Premier League offer, which made it easy for Madrid to keep control of the player all summer.
The Whites can buy Miguel Gutierrez back for 8 million euros when he comes to “live” in the summer, but his release clause is 35 million euros. It’s possible that Madrid will lose this player in the winter. How? Very easy. If there is a good offer, Madrid would be in a tough spot because they could lose the player if they don’t use their “first refusal” choice. Girona could also gain from this deal because they could keep the player on loan until the end of the season. However, since the player won’t leave, Real Madrid still has control of the eight million euros.
Before Miguel went to Madrid to study, he and his group said “no” to Manchester United. A United scout met the boy and his agent at home in Spain before he turned 16. Miguel turned down the chance to leave because he wanted to stay in Madrid. United gave him more money than they were getting at the time. He played at Juvenil A as a student because he was two years younger than the player there. He did not play at Juvenil B. While he was in Castilla with Raúl, his agent offered to leave, but they chose to stay and continue planning their plan.
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