Real Madrid star Rodrygo with EASY decision to make over €100m Man united move

With the arrivals of Kylian Mbappe and Endrick at Real Madrid, Rodrygo may face increased competition in the upcoming season. However, it is not advisable for the Brazilian winger to move to the Premier League.

Fichajes reports that Real Madrid has set a valuation of €100 million for the 23-year-old forward, which has attracted attention from Manchester United, Arsenal, Liverpool, and Manchester City.

Nevertheless, it would be prudent for him to decline all four options in order to benefit his career.

Despite the allure of leaving the Bernabeu due to the potential decrease in playing time, it is advisable for Rodrygo not to succumb to the temptation of a transfer.


Superior to the familiar malevolent entity SciSports, a data analytics organization, evaluates teams and delivers a Club Fit score based on various parameters. According to their assessment, Real Madrid offers Rodrygo the greatest opportunity to fulfill his potential. Los Blancos triumphed with a score of 80, securing victory for the former Santos player.

For example, Rodrygo may receive ample playing time at Manchester United, yet the Red Devils only provide a single star for Rodrygo’s development.

Nevertheless, despite potential improvements in his performance at Arsenal and Manchester City, he would not be afforded the desired on-field opportunities, thereby exacerbating his current predicament.

Liverpool offers a middle ground where he would receive limited playing opportunities but would yet experience some development. If Mohamed Salah leaves in the summer, as has been speculated, this situation may change.

Rodrygo conveyed a message to Mbappe during his outstanding performance against Athletic Club last Saturday, in which he scored two goals to secure Real Madrid’s triumph.

His performance unequivocally demonstrated his determination and refusal to yield, and it would be highly advantageous for his professional trajectory to embrace this approach by dedicating himself and remaining committed to Real Madrid.

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