Emerson Royale is a 22-year-old Brazilian right-back playing for Betis Sevilla. He was loaned to Sevilla just after his purchase by Barcelona for 2-years but the Catalan club would not necessarily want to keep him at the end of his loan. Other big clubs seem very interested in the young player. His price has been fixed at €25 million and PSG is interested. Bayern Munich will battle PSG for Emerson’s transfer.
Emerson’s contract has many special points. Barcelona and Betis paid €12 million (six each) to Atletico Mineiro, agreeing that the footballer would stay in Sevilla until 2021 and then until 2024 at Camp Nou. Therefore, any movement needs the consent of both cubs.
Emerson is aware that his next step will be in a team with greater aspirations. The logical next step would be a future in Barcelona or a commitment with a third club that could be Paris.
“I am improving every day. I work a lot to improve in all areas, both in defense and attack. I see what’s in the press, but for now, I am focused one hundred percent here. I do not think about Barcelona or any other team, I only think about Betis. When the season is over, I will start thinking about my future. » – Emerson spoke about these rumors.
But he added: “I try to study a little French, but it is very difficult. Maybe a good sign for Paris Saint-Germain? »
Bayern Munich has a real chance compared to PSG to win Emerson’s transfer
Bundesliga champions Bayern Munich have become the latest club to be linked with a summer transfer for Emerson Royal. The German champion would like the young fullback to improve this area of the field for Julian Nagelsmann.
Bayern Munich did not have the best of seasons. Although the Germans will be crowned Bundesliga champions in the coming days, their participation in the Champions League failed.
Now, under Nagelsmann’s leadership, Munich will try to recover its best version to compete once again at the world level, which is why the club is evaluating signings for next season.
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