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Monaco midfielder Aurelian Chaumeni, 22, is slated to complete a move to Real Madrid, despite the hassle of paying taxes, with ESPN reporting that Real Madrid will call for a move to Real Madrid. Monaco pays a tax of up to 24 percent, which Spain’s finance ministry considers Monaco’s territory a tax haven. So ask for more cash. The report also said they owed more than £10 million, and the Spanish giants did not want to pay either.

Real Madrid is on the hunt for a famous player this summer. After being turned down by Kylian Mbappe on Saturday, Real Madrid was prepared to pay around £68million for Joameni when he moved from Bordeaux to Monaco for £16m in 2020; Chaumeni has been admired by scouts across Europe for his form this season in Ligue 1, France.

Great Form

This season, he has been in excellent form, scoring five goals in 50 games for Monaco. The midfielder has also become a regular in Didier Deschamps’ starting XI for the French national team. Many people think that Chaumeni will be a global superstar in the future.

His talent was highlighted earlier this month. However, when he netted two stunning goals in a win over Lille, Aurelian Chouameni told his teammates that Real Madrid’s top priority this summer. Even Liverpool sources were convinced that Chaumeni wants to focus on negotiations with Real Madrid.

Negotiations are ongoing between Real Madrid and his agents for a contract until June 2027. Monaco has not reached a full agreement for the midfielder’s €80m fee. expected to happen immediately sfter the final of the UEFA Champions League this weekend

Paris Saint-Germain Still considering a deal, but Real Madrid is leading the race for his signature. More recently, reports have emerged that Liverpool has also held direct talks with Chaumeni’s agent. It appears he has now made it clear that his preference is only for a move to Real Madrid.

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