Man City and Real compete to recruit Japanese striker… “Highly regarded”

Will Real Sociedad’s Takefusa Kubo (22) transfer?

British media ‘Cut Offside’ reported on the 30th (Korean time) that “Manchester City is competing with Real Madrid to recruit Kubo.”

Spanish media outlet Pichajes also said, “Real Madrid is interested in signing Kubo.”

He added, “Kubo has shown a reliable performance in Spanish La Liga, scoring 5 goals and 3 assists across all competitions this season.”

He also said, “Kubo, a versatile winger, can play on both flanks under coach Pep Guardiola. He will add talent and creativity to Manchester City’s attack. Kubo will be a long-term investment.”

Kubo, who grew up in the Barcelona youth team in Spain from 2011 to 2015, is a promising winger who became the youngest player to debut in the Japanese J-League (15 years, 5 months, 1 day) and the youngest to score (15 years, 10 months) at FC Tokyo in 2016.

Kubo, who joined Real Madrid in 2019, has been on loan to several teams, including Mallorca, Villarreal, and Getafe, looking for a place to play.토스카지노

Kubo, who decided to completely transfer to Real Sociedad in the 2022-23 season, is playing a key role in the team through his outstanding performance.

‘Cut Offside’ said: “Kubo is highly regarded in Europe. He has the potential to develop into a top-level striker. A move to Manchester City would be the ideal next step in his career. Working under a world-class manager like Guardiola is a great opportunity. “It will be of great help to him.”

Real Madrid is also interested. The media noted, “It is not yet known whether Kubo will return to Real Madrid. He may feel that there is still something he could not achieve at Real Madrid.”

Lastly, he predicted, “Real Sociedad will not let go of a key player like Kubo in the middle of the season,” and added, “But Manchester City and Real Madrid have the financial resources to lure them.”

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