Real Madrid have confirmed that Alvaro Odriozola has left the membership to be a part of Serie A outfit Fiorentina on a season-long mortgage.
The 25-year-old has been a shared participant for Los Blancos since becoming a member of Real Sociedad in 2018 and spent the second half of the 2019/20 season at Bayern Munich. He has not introduced in any respect to the Merengues this 12 months, they usually have been actively searching for a brand new dwelling for the defender.
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And Odriozola has had the possibility to show his value in Serie A this season, after Fiorentina landed the Spaniard on a season-long mortgage from Madrid. The Spanish giants confirmed the hill final Saturday as they proceed to cut back their inflated squad.
The defender is completely satisfied to have joined Fiorentina and likewise mentioned that he had talked to the previous Madrid star Jose Callejon a few potential transfer to Florence.
“I’m really happy to be here, at a historic club like Fiorentina. I really want to start training and playing to have a good season, says Odriozola.
“I’m positive it should be a superb season, I’m positive. I need to get to know town – they instructed me it is fantastic – and likewise to get to know our followers. I talked to Callejon, I do know him and he is a superb particular person and is an amazing participant, he spoke very nicely concerning the metropolis and the membership. “
Odriozola joins new signings Lucas Torreira and Matija Nastasic as new recruits at Fiorentina, hoping for a better season under Vincenzo Italiano.
As for Madrid, they are determined to remove many high-income earners and dead wood from their squad this summer, as they construct a move for Paris Saint-Germain superstar Kylian Mbappe.
Merengues will have to pay around 200 million euros for the World Cup winner, although PSG may be willing to accept an offer closer to 180 million euros.