And Benfica, with some surprise, given that it had escaped the routine of European matches, did not reveal to journalists the list of clubs that requested credentials to send an observer to the match with Liverpool.
However, given the potential interested parties in Darwin Nunez, the 22-year-old Uruguay striker, it would not be a delicate task, as it is already known – confirmed to A BOLA by the player’s current agent, Edgardo La Salvia – that Atlético de Madrid maintain contacts. And that logos like Barcelona, Bayern, Inter, AC Milan, Manchester United, Manchester City, Tottenham and Arsenal, just to name a few, have followed the striker or already requested information not only regarding salary and termination clause, but also the way he positioned and moved on the field, seeking to detail technical characteristics And more.
Dutch and Spanish media revealed that Barcelona had asked Jordi Cruyff to report the Uruguay international striker at Ajax Benfica.
Yesterday, a quick trip through the press following the major leagues of Europe made it possible to find most of the names already mentioned, attentive to Darwin, ready to move on to something serious and concrete, even because benfiquista, even within Club Luz, is already seen as a person on fire.
Darwin, even with a contract until 2025 and a termination clause of 150 million euros, appears unreachable from a permanence perspective, but Benfica is not without its trump cards.
First of all, that professional bond and the million-dollar shield, but perhaps, more than that, what the Uruguayan international is doing in the Champions League, which will allow him to dream of a new transition in triple figures.
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