European giants set to launch summer bid for Newcastle United star Bruno Guimaraes – Report

According to reports in Spain, Real Madrid want to sign Bruno Guimaraes as part of their summer rebuild following the 2022 World Cup.

The 24-year-old has made a blistering start to life in the Premier League and has already become a fan favourite after just six starting appearances.

With several of Real Madrid’s key players entering their late 30s, Spanish newspaper AS report that they are looking to reinvest in the future and build a team that can last for another decade.

He may well have impressed the La Liga giants following a stunning start to life on Tyneside, but Bruno seems like the very last player who could leave the club this summer.

Not only did he joined in January, the Brazilian international is clearly loving life on Tyneside and recently admitted that he hopes to become a legend at Newcastle and play hundreds of games for the club.

With us now backed by extremely wealthy owners and building towards a bright future, this feels like a non-starter.

It’s easy to see why Real Madrid could want him, however he already feels like a player who could grow with the club and be a driving force being this exciting new project at St James’ Park.

3 thoughts on “European giants set to launch summer bid for Newcastle United star Bruno Guimaraes – Report

  1. What a load of tosh. After the World Cup so basically Summer 2023 and a whole year of Newcastle rebuild. If Bruno was prepared to come to a multi-billion financed Newcastle on the promise of a rebuild he is unlikely to depart half way through. Especially to a financially bankrupt team who need to rebuild.

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  2. Why oh why do you repeat this guff from other sites that you know is total BS.
    The only reason is obvious click bait, rise above it ffs and stop using Lee Ryder as your inspiration.
    You’re better than this rubbish Ollie stop using this guys articles they are just copy and paste c##p 😯

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