Real Madrid Reject €50m Liverpool Bid For Marco Asensio

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Real Madrid supremo Florentino Perez is refusing to consider offers for the 21-year-old who is considered one of Europe's most promising talents.

It seems somewhat questionable that Liverpool would make such a huge bid for a player unlikely to leave Real Madrid.

But the German has found an unwilling side with which to do business in the shape of Real Madrid, with both the player and the club being fully committed to their partnership.

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According to a report on Cadena COPE, which was confirmed by AS, Liverpool are keen on the Spaniard and offered €50m to sign him.

Two reports in separate Spanish outlets today claim that Real Madrid have rejected an monstrous €50m bid (about £42m) from Liverpool for Marco Asensio.

Yet, AS says that Zidane is ready to part ways with James Rodriguez in the coming summer transfer window in order to give Asensio a bigger role at Real Madrid ahead of the 2017-2018 campaign.

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Asensio is also said to be happy at Madrid where he has helped the team to first in La Liga and to the Champions League semi-final.

Asensio is contracted to the La Liga leaders until 2022 and having signed a new deal last summer, is probably looking for a further reward after his recent fantastic displays.

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