Man City player Phil Foden has been linked with a surprising summer transfer away from the Etihad

According to the most recent caughtoffside source, Juni Calafat, Real Madrid’s recruiting manager, is pushing the club’s interest in signing Phil Foden from Manchester City. Real Madrid may try to sign 23-year-old England international Foden this summer, according to Defensa Central.

City’s native star has had an excellent season with the defending champions. He scored two goals against fierce rivals Manchester United last weekend in a crucial match. Foden will only grow with instruction and experience as he remains a proven performer for Manchester City. The teenager has already equaled his Premier League goal tally from last season, scoring 11 goals and adding 7 assists.

Real Madrid has shown interest in the in-form Manchester City midfielder, but they will struggle to persuade him to join them. Manchester City is one of the world’s wealthiest teams, and they have no reason to cash in on one of their great players. Foden is enjoying his career at Manchester and playing his best football under boss Pep Guardiola.

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Foden is versatile enough to play as a winger and attacking midfielder. If the Spanish giants can seal the deal, his versatility will be an added bonus. At the end of the season, Real Madrid wants to add additional attacking options, and speculations suggest they are also interested in Kylian Mbappe.

Rodrygo Goes and Vinicius Junior are already available to Real Madrid. They signed Jude Bellingham last summer as well. It appears that their objective is to put together a super team of outstanding athletes for the future.

At the present, it seems doubtful that Foden will change ship and join the Spanish giants to play alongside compatriot Jude Bellingham, but stranger things have happened in sports. Real Madrid is known for pursuing the finest players in the world, and history has shown that it is quite tough to say no to a large club like them.

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