After the big red for the Dutch Vitesse this season, rumors really began to buzz around the future of Martin Ødegaard.
The 20-year-old returns to Real Madrid this summer. But how long it stays there is uncertain.
According to Spanish newspaper Marca, it may be appropriate for the Madrid Club to lend it to Bayer Leverkusen, Germany.
Leverkusen came this season's four best in the Bundesliga, and can cheer over the space in the Champions League.
Nettavisen first mentioned a case in Norway.
Regegaard has a contract with Real Madrid for another two years, until the summer of 2021. According to Mark, the club doesn't want to sell it because he thinks he can get a role in the team in the future, or that he can sell it more expensive later.
The Ajax Champions League semi-finalist, according to Spanish media, was willing to pay NOK 200 million for a Drammen light diffuser.
However, credit is more likely, and according to Marco Bayer, Leverkusen is a possible target. Several La Liga clubs in Spain will also be able to rent 20-year-olds.