Aware that the board has no intention of pulling a checkbook, Real Madrid coach Zinedine Zidane has proposed to the club the option of recruiting N’Golo Kante through a loan with a mandatory purchase option.
Although the French coach has accepted the idea of continuing to work with almost the same squad as last year, the truth is that he would be delighted to welcome a player he considers him ideal to strengthen the core, his compatriot N’Golo Kante (29 years old).
He has proposed to the president Florentino Pérez, a formula to recruit the player on loan.
The Frenchman has asked the president to study the idea of requesting Chelsea an assignment with a mandatory purchase option. In this way, the midfielder would now land at the Santiago Bernabéu and the payment would not be made until next year. This formula is also being valued by the player’s other suitor, Inter Milan.
Although the proposal would have its logic, it is hard to believe that the blues are going to give their ok. In fact, what the British media has been saying lately is that Frank Lampard has no intention of giving the green light to the footballer’s departure and that the board will only allow him to leave for an amount of around € 80 million.