The likelihood that Lucas Vásquez will leave Real Madrid at the end of the season increases. This is according to Spanish transfer expert Alvaro Montero, who told Sky Sports that Real Madrid had refused to grant the broad man the type of contract he had requested, and there was no breakthrough in negotiations on this issue.
Vazquez and his representatives seem to believe that there is interest in his services elsewhere, namely in the English Premier League, the Italian League and the German League. Recently he has been credited with Arsenal’s interest in his services.
With the team led by Zinedine Zidane rich in players who could play on either wing of attacking, the 29-year-old had to act as a back-up option for right-back Danny Carvajal. However, this versatility and willingness to play wherever he was required helped him to participate in 33 matches this season in all competitions, with two goals and seven assists for his name.