Phone call?  Real coach Zidane vies for Salzburg’s Szoboszlai – football

Phone call? Real coach Zidane vies for Salzburg’s Szoboszlai – football

Phone call?  Real coach Zidane vies for Salzburg’s Szoboszlai – football

Phone call?  Real coach Zidane vies for Salzburg’s Szoboszlai – football

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Madrid – Saturday, December 5th, 2020 10:34 am

The rumors about Salzburg star Dominik Szoboszlai don’t stop. The German “Bild” is now bringing Real Madrid into play again as interested parties.

Coach Zinedine Zidane would definitely like to sign the Salzburg creative spirit. According to “Bild” information, the star coach is said to have already phoned Szoboszlai personally to make a transfer to the “royal” palatable for him.

Zidane has chosen the Hungarian as the successor to the disgraced Isco and wants to sign Szoboszlai this winter.

Top clubs are lining up

The competition for Real is anything but low. The majority of Europe’s top clubs have already been said to have an interest in the 20-year-old.

According to various media reports, the German Bundesliga club RB Leipzig are said to be in pole position for a Szoboszlai commitment. The past shows that a transfer from Salzburg to Leipzig makes sense: Naby Keita, Marcel Sabitzer and Dayot Upamecano have already moved from the Salzach to eastern Germany and have become top international players there.

At the last top transfer of a Salzburg player, Leipzig looked through the fingers – Erling Haaland preferred to move to Borussia Dortmund instead of the Nagelsmann squad.

For Salzburg, a Szoboszlai exit would mean a bitter weakening in winter. You don’t want to put any stones in the way of the super talent, as sporting director Christoph Freund recently emphasized to “Sky”: “Let’s see what happens in winter. But there is a high probability that he will switch to a big club.”

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