Lucas Vazquez may well have a future away from Real Madrid and while Milan are interested, there is reportedly a lot of competition to land him.
According to Calciomercato.it, the Clasico won by Real Madrid against Barcelona a few days ago may have been Vazquez’s last match with Los Blancos as the Spaniard was injured and will be out for at least two months, which means his season ended prematurely with his contract expiring in June.
A renewal is still on standby and there are Serie A sides thinking about a free transfer for a very flexible and experienced player who can play as a winger or a full-back. Real’s contract offer has always been the same for months: three years at €3million, but Vazquez would like more and at the moment there have been no new bids.
The report adds how in addition to Bayern Munich there are Juventus, Milan and even Napoli interested, but AS now add that the latest competitor to enter the race is PSG as Leonardo wants reinforcement on the right to support Florenzi.