Top clubs preparing bids for Yeremy Pino

Top clubs in Europe are in contact with the Spanish club Villareal FC for the Spanish starlet Yeremy Pino. Liverpool, Manchester United, Arsenal, Real Madrid and Manchester City are the leading clubs that are targeting the wonderkid for a transfer in the summer. Yeremy Pino has already bagged seven goals and provided four assists in 34 matches across all competitions for the Yellow Submarine this campaign. His attacking prowess and ability with the ball make him a treat to watch. Yeremy has established himself as one of the most exciting talents in Spain. The 19-year-old made his international debut for Luis Enrique’s side last year. He is not yet a guaranteed starter for Villarreal. But he did put many of his admirers on notice recently when he scored four in a 5-1 win over Espanyol. Indeed, the Yellow Submarine are determined to keep Yeremy. He is under contract until 2027 with Villareal, and his release clause is worth 67.3 million pounds. Yeremy Pino is the subject of interest from Real Madrid. Los Blancos closely monitors the Spanish attacking sensation’s display at the fellow La Liga club. Real Madrid had been interested in signing Yeremy last summer before the Spanish attacking sensation chose to stay put at Villarreal. The 19-year-old subsequently signed a bumper new contract with the Yellow Submarine, with his release clause bumped from 35 million euros to 80 million euros following the renewal. Liverpool has started to invest for the future as they have already signed Luiz Diaz in the winter transfer window. Now they will look to sign more talented youngsters who can replace Salah and Mane in the future. Yeremy Pino is one of those players who will be the perfect replacement in the near future. According to the reports, Manchester City have turned their attention to Yeremy Pino as Erling Haaland has been having injured in recent weeks. The interest from arch-rivals Man City could be another stumbling block for Liverpool. The financial might of the Citizens has made them very adept at purchasing some of the top talents in the last few years. After spending the pre-season with the first team under Unai Emery, Pino made his professional debut on 22 October 2020, replacing Francis Coquelin in a 5–3 UEFA Europa League win over Sivasspor. He made his La Liga debut three days later, again from the bench in a 0–0 draw at Cadiz CF. Yeremi scored his first professional goal in October 2020, netting the equalizer in a 3–1 away success over Qarabag FK also in the European competition. On 12 November, he renewed his contract with the club until 2024. On 26 May 2021, he played in the 2021 UEFA Europa League Final to become the youngest Spanish player to start a major European final, aged 18 years and 218 days, breaking the previous record of Iker Casillas in the 2000 UEFA Champions League Final, aged 19 years and four days. He also became the youngest player to win the competition, eclipsing the record set by Robin van Persie in the 2002 UEFA Cup Final.

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