EPL: Marco Asensio gives three conditions to remain in Real Madrid


Real Madrid midfielder, Marco Asensio has told the club President, Florentino Perez that he will only accept Chelsea’s transfer offer on three conditions.

Recall that Asensio had been linked with move to join the Premier League Champions.

Spanish outlet, Don Balon reports that the Spain international told Perez that he should not sign direct rivals for his place in the team. Asensio’s other two conditions are a regular role in the starting XI and a wage increase. He listed these as what would keep him at Real Madrid.

The report added that the 22-year-old informed Perez that if his demands are not met, he may leave the Los Blancos.

Asensio has emerged one of Real Madrid’s rising stars but his progress has stalled in recent months after starting the season with a bang.

The midfielder, who has a contract with Madrid until 2023, has scored 10 goals and five assists in 40 appearances this season.

Speaking in December, Asensio had said: “I am at the best club in the world and I am happy at Real Madrid.”


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