Real Madrid to sign 21 year old Braga international defender
By Rainman_news | self meida writer
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Laliga giant has reportedly joined Premier league champions Liverpool and Manchester united are in pursuit for the Braga defender.
The 21 year old has been linked with a possible move to Anfield stadium and old Trafford back in January transfer window.
However, Laliga giant, real Madrid is said to be interested in the defender due to rumors following real Madrid captain sergio Ramos has been linked with a possible move to league 1 giants PSG as well as Barcelona world class LEO Messi.
According to report, David Carmo has a €40m (£34.79m) release clause in his current deal at Braga, however, Portuguese club were supposedly willing to accept €25m (£21.74)as at last month.
The €8.50m rated defender has been involved in 12 Liga Nos and has four yellow cards to his name this current campaign.
In other news, Manchester United have reportedly made an enquiry to secure the services of Sporting Lisbon midfield star Pedro Goncalves
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