Fran Garcia will cost Real Madrid €5 million to repurchase

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Real Madrid are reportedly looking to spend €5 million to buy back Fran Garcia, a young midfielder who left the club in 2016. The move is seen as a way for Madrid to bring back a player who has developed into a top talent, while also providing a boost to the club’s midfield options.

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Garcia, who is currently playing for FC Barcelona B, has been a standout player for the team in recent years. He has shown an ability to control the midfield, create scoring opportunities, and score goals himself. In his time at Barcelona B, Garcia has made over 100 appearances and has scored 25 goals.

Garcia’s performances at Barcelona B have not gone unnoticed by the Spanish giants, who are now looking to bring him back to the club. Madrid sees Garcia as a player who can provide depth in midfield and add another dimension to the team’s attacking play.

Fran Garcia will be back at Real Madrid

The move to bring Garcia back to Madrid is not without its risks, however. For one, Garcia is still a young player and may not be ready to play at the top level just yet. Additionally, Madrid would be paying a premium for a player who left the club for free just a few years ago.

Garcia is a player who has proven himself at the highest level and has the potential to be a key player for Madrid in the future. He has the skills, vision, and ability to make a difference on the pitch, and Madrid is looking to bring him back to the club to help them compete for major trophies.

The move to bring Garcia back to Madrid is also a sign of the club’s commitment to its youth academy. Madrid has a long history of developing young players and giving them a chance to prove themselves at the highest level. Garcia is a product of Madrid’s youth academy and the club is looking to bring him back to the club to continue his development.

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