Real Madrid are reportedly keeping a close eye on many midfielders across the Europe.
According to the football transfer rumours in British media, Real Madrid are interested in Porto midfielder Romario Baro.
The Portugal international joined Porto from Sporting on a free transfer in July 2014.
Baro made 7 appearances across all competitions for Porto.
The 19-year-old has long been touted as one of Portugal’s most promising young talents.
Romario Baro has represented Portugal at Under-15, Under-16, Under-17, Under-18, Under-19 and Under-21 level, winning 40 caps and scoring 3 goals.
His impressive performances this season have apparently caught the eye of some of Europe’s big clubs.
Florentino Pérez has always been a president who keeps his eyes on the most talented young players across the globe. Pérez is a known admirer of the player and is reportedly keen on the idea of bringing him to Madrid.
Romario Baro can play multiple positions in midfield.
According to Tribalfootball, “Real Madrid are watching Porto whizkid Romario Baro. AS says Real management have been following the 19 year-old for two years. Baro was first spotted by Real playing for Portugal U17s against Spain. His progress this season has caught the eye of Real football chiefs, who are now making enquiries. The young attacker helped Porto win the UEFA Youth League last season. Baro signed a new deal last December to 2023, carrying a €40m buyout clause.”
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Real Madrid have to fork out a huge transfer fee if they are genuinely interested in the Portugal international.
Undoubtedly Baro would be a fantastic recruit for Real Madrid.
How strong that interest is and whether Real Madrid will make a move remains to be seen but it is certainly one worth keeping an eye on.
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