A leading local media reported that Takefusa Kubo (22, Sociedad) has no intention of returning to his former team, Real Madrid, in the Spanish professional soccer La Liga (1st division) as a replacement.
Spain’s Lelevo said on October 18 (hereinafter Korean time), “Takefusa Kubo is satisfied with playing for Sociedad. “I have no intention of returning to Real Madrid as a reserve agent (rather than as a starter),” he said.
‘Lelevo’ is an internet media launched by ‘Grupo Vosento’ in October 2022. ‘Grupo Vocento’ is Spain’s number one publishing company that publishes ‘Abese’ and ‘El Correo’, which are among the eight major national newspapers.
Spain’s La Liga is a major stage ranked second in the 2023-24 UEFA league rankings. In the European club rankings, Real Madrid is 3rd and Sociedad is 43rd.
Real Madrid transferred 100% ownership of Takefusa Kubo to Sociedad in the summer of 2022 for 6.5 million euros (about 9.3 billion won). However, there is a 50% stake in the next transfer fee, making it possible to re-sign him if the club wants.
Sociedad signed a contract with Takefusa Kubo until the 2026-27 season and agreed to a buyout clause that ‘gives priority negotiation rights to any team offering a transfer fee of 60 million euros (85.9 billion won).’
This means that Real Madrid can bring him back if he invests 30 million euros (42.9 billion won). However, ‘Lelevo’ introduced the reason for his unwillingness to make a comeback, saying, “Takefusa Kubo does not want to fail like Martin Odegaard (25, Norway).”짱구카지노 주소
According to transfer market media outlet ‘Transfermarkt’, Martin Odegaard returned to Real Madrid for the 2020-21 season thanks to a valuation of 50 million euros (71.6 billion won) in December 2019 while on loan at Sociedad.
Martin Odegaard ultimately failed to secure a starting position at Real Madrid. In August 2021, he left for Arsenal (England), ranked 24th in the European club rankings, for a transfer fee of 35 million euros (50.1 billion won).
Martin Odegaard’s market value as updated by ‘Transfermarkt’ in June 2023 is 90 million euros (128.9 billion won). This is thanks to his potential fully blossoming in the English Premier League (EPL), ranked first in Europe, including becoming the captain of Arsenal.
Takefusa Kubo was selected as Sociedad MVP after recording 9 points and 7 assists in 35 games in Spanish La Liga in the 2022-23 season. In the opening 8 games of the 2023-24 season, he is performing well with 5 goals and 1 assist.
In September 2023, he was voted ‘Spanish La Liga Player of the Month’. This is the first honor for a Japanese person. The ‘Transfermarkt’ valuation rose to 50 million euros (71.6 billion won) on October 14.