Genuine Madrid sign Atletico Madrid’s Theo Hernandez

Genuine Madrid sign Atletico Madrid’s Theo Hernandez for announced 30 million Euros

This is an adjustment in strategy at Genuine Madrid with the club concentrating on marking youths and watching out for what’s to come. After Theo Hernandez, the following player on plan at the Santiago Bernabeu is Euro Under-21 player of the competition Dani Ceballos.

Genuine Madrid have marked cross-town rivals Atletico Madrid’s Theo Hernandez in what is quite recently the third exchange between the two clubs in their long and distinguished history. The Frenchman turned into the primary marking between the two clubs following a 17 year crevice after Genuine sprinkled out an announced 30 million Euros for the youthful left-back. He has marked a six-year contract with Los Blancos and will be formally displayed as a player on July 10 following a restorative.

The left back’s sibling Lucas plays for Atletico, and their dad Jean-Francois additionally turned out for the club. The last player to exchange straight from Atletico to Genuine was Argentinean midfielder Santiago Solari in 2000. On that event, Atletico had been consigned from Spain’s top flight.

The France U-20 player joined Atletico Madrid in 2008 matured 11 yet never showed up for the Colchoneros. “The player, who was contracted until 2021, has rejected various offers of another arrangement from Atletico and other European clubs, emphasizing his yearning to play for Genuine Madrid,” Atletico said in an

Genuine Madrid sign Atletico Madrid's Theo Hernandez for announced 30 million Euros
Genuine Madrid sign Atletico Madrid’s Theo Hernandez for announced 30 million Euros

announcement.

The choice would come as a severe blow for Atletico Madrid who are banned from marking players after a month ago observing their allure against an exchange boycott for the illicit marking of minors dismisses by the Court of Mediation for Game. Atletico can’t enroll new players until January 2018.

Hernandez urged advance at Alaves last season, showing up for the Basques and scoring a shocking relief in the 3-1 Copa del Rey last thrashing by Barcelona – incidentally played at the Vicente Calderon stadium (Atletico’s old stadium) in his lone focused appearance there.

This is an adjustment in strategy at Genuine Madrid with the club concentrating on marking adolescents and watching out for what’s to come. Other than Hernandez, the following player on plan for those at the Santiago Bernabeu is Euro Under-21 player of the competition Dani Ceballos.