Real Madrid trying their level best to sign Franck Kessie next summer

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    The La Liga giants, Real Madrid, are in work and trying their level best to execute the transfer of the Ivory Coast footballer Franck Kessie, in the upcoming summer transfer window. The AC Milan midfielder is going to be a free agent soon, as his contract will end this season, and sources state that Real Madrid isn’t going to miss the opportunity.

    The ability of Franck Kessie

    The young athlete Franck Kessie is indeed a right player and has shown his capability, especially in his career at San Siro. Real Madrid will give effort on that player to bring him to the team, which will also be of great help to their star defensive midfielder Casemiro.

    On the other hand, Manchester United, who were planning to do the same, will be bad news for them, as they got a tough competitor in this case. United is also quite desperate for Franck Kessie as their players including Nemanja Matic, Fred, and Scott McTominay are struggling from their form.

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    The strong assumption on Real Madrid being successful in bringing Franck Kessie

    It is strongly believed that Real Madrid will be successful in bringing Franck Kessie to their club. Manchester United is another competitor for the player won’t be able to pay a huge sum of money for the Ivorian at present.

    The Red Devils will also look for Declan Rice, and according to some, paying more to Rice than Kessie will be more fruitful. However, considering the present circumstances, United might go for the cheaper deal here. However, Franck Kessie is going to come to the Spanish Capital is speculated the most, and if the transfer for the Ivorian takes place, and any miracle doesn’t happen, the speculation will be turned to reality soon.

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