Real Madrid defender Jesus Vallejo 'wanted by Granada & Leganes on a loan deal'

Loading...
Real Madrid defender Jesus Vallejo 'wanted by Granada & Leganes on a loan deal'

Leganes and Granada are among the teams hopeful of landing Real Madrid defender Jesus Vallejo on loan, report Marca.

It had been reported by Diario AS a fortnight ago that Madrid were ‘worried’ by the defender’s lack of minutes at Wolverhampton Wanderers and would loan the defender out elsewhere.

The central defender joined the Premier League club on a season-long loan arrangement this summer but has not played since the end of October, a run stretching 11 games.

The 22-year-old is said to have a very bright future in the game with officials at Los Blancos excited by his potential but worried that he is not enjoying enough first-team football.

Alongside the two La Liga clubs, it is said that Bundesliga outfit Eintracht Frankfurt - where Vallejo previously played on loan - are also interested.

The report details how the English club were carefully chosen by the Spanish giants due to their ambitions, participation in European football and, crucially, commitments to playing Vallejo.

Madrid renewed the defender’s contract at the Santiago Bernabeu before sanctioning his short-term departure to English football as a commitment to their belief in his potential.

It is added by the report that Madrid have similar concerns on goalkeeper Andriy Lunin not playing on loan at Real Valladolid.

Post a Comment

0 Comments