Argentina became world champions and in addition to leaving celebrations in different parts of the country, re-evaluated each of the members of Lionel Scaloni’s team. Players return to their respective clubs and many of them attract the attention of other higher-ranking institutions. This is the case with Enzo Fernández who broke it at the World Cup and now Benfica will have to consider whether to let him go or not…
The midfielder turns 22 next month and has a present that excites in different parts of the planet. FIFA has chosen him as the best young player of the tournament and clearly his potential is limitlessS. He has also shown a high standard at his club and is one of the key players in Roger Schmidt’s team that won first place in Group H of the Champions League.
This is why the phone starts ringing and there are several people interested in hiring him. In this sense, the Record newspaper reported on the cover that Benfica this Wednesday rejected the shocking sum of 100 million euros for the Albiceleste card.
The news portal detailed that Rui Costa, one of the main leaders of the institution “He is determined not to sell under his €120m release clause”but also ensures that “sharks are close”.
It is worth remembering that River still holds 25% of Enzo’s pass, so in the event of Benfica leaving, they could collect around 30 million euros for the sale of the former Defense and Justice player, a key figure in Lionel Scaloni’s team.
Although the entourage of the Argentine player has not yet detailed what the offers are, the English press have underlined that Liverpool have approached and have even been encouraged to talk about a “pre-agreement” with the team. On the other hand, it would seem that Real Madrid also kept an eye on the young star and would be interested in him.
A mime from Portugal during the World Cup
Is that the Benfica player was recognized before playing the final as the best midfielder in the Primeira Liga in the months of October and November. Yes, less than six months after arriving in Portugal, the former River ex-River has become a key player in his squad and has once again received this well-deserved accolade.
Enzo, 21 years old, He obtained 19.05% of the vote and was ahead of the Luso-Canadian Stephen Eustáquio (15.87%) and the Luso-Brazilian Otávio (12.7%), both Porto players.
According to the Primeira Liga, Enzo Fernández has been “a key element” in his side’s five wins and one draw in the league over the past two months. The Argentinian had already been regarded as the best midfielder in the competition in August, his first month in Portugal.
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