The SRFC prepares its biggest signing!

The Stade Rennais could beat Nayef Aguerd and Ousmane Dembélé’s sales record next summer. The SRFC prepares the biggest coup in its history.

Stade Rennais Mercato: An SRFC midfielder panics in Europe

He arrived in August 2021 from Dinamo Zagreb against a check of 12 million euros, Lovro Majer quickly established in the Stade Rennais collective. Already compared to his compatriot Luka modric of Real Madrid, due to his great physical resemblance and his style of play, the Croatian international is already in the sights of several major European clubs. If Atletico Madrid simeone have targeted the Stade Rennais midfielder as their main target next summer, Arsenal would also like to sign the 24-year-old.

the british tabloid Mirror he even assures that the Gunners could make an offer to the SRFC in the coming weeks to try to recruit Lovro Majer of the next winter transfer window. Under contract with the Breton club until June 2026, Majer could leave the French Championship for a more exclusive posting, especially as his transfer could allow Rouge et Noir to break a record at the level of their previous sales.

Stade Rennais Mercato: The SRFC expects at least 60 million euros for Majer

Lovro Majer could bring a lot of money to the SRFC.

With 1 goal and 2 assists in 8 games in all competitions, Lovro Majer he made a good start to the season for the second year under the colors of Stade Rennais. Associated with Paris Saint-GermainFC Barcelona and Atlético de Madrid during the past summer market, the protégé of bruno genesio It is now in the plans of the bosses of Arsenal, of which they would already be preparing an offer for the January transfer market.

However, the London club and the rest of the suitors will have to prepare to sign a large check since the SRFC would not let Majer escape for less than 60 million euros, according to information from the Mirror. The Croatian midfielder could thus break the SRFC sales record that he currently holds Nayef Aguerd Y Ousmane Dembele with their respective departures to West Ham and Borussia Dortmund for 35 million euros.

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