Real Madrid will only allow Marcos Llorente to leave on loan this summer for a club abroad, according to AS.
Arsenal have enquired about the 22 year old’s availability, while Atletico Madrid, Barcelona, Paris Saint-Germain, Juventus, Sevilla and Liverpool are all reportedly interested. Real however believe that the Spaniard has already learnt all he can in La Liga whilst playing on loan at Alaves last season.
A club source told the Madrid based newspaper that the player is “95%” certain to remain at the Bernabeu but there is still a possibility a deal could be struck with a foreign team before tomorrow’s transfer deadline.
It means out of the clubs known to be interested, Juventus, Liverpool, PSG and Arsenal are the ones who could be successful in making an offer. The Gunners lack a player in central midfield like the injured Santi Cazorla who is very gifted on the ball, and that could be the reason why Llorente is being considered as a potential target.