Valencia are set to pass up a great opportunity in their quest for Real Madrid striker Borja Mayoral, with Los Blancos allegedly demanding €15m for him.
Mayoral has spent the keep going two seasons out on loan at La Liga side Levante, with eight league goals last season.
In any case, Levante selected against initiating their buy statement on the 23-year old after the completion of the 2019-20 season.
As indicated by reports from Marca, Valencia have reached Real Madrid over a deal, yet Zinedine Zidane is resolved to wait at the club’s full asking cost.
Valencia have wouldn’t pay that, notwithstanding Mayoral’s eagerness to leave the Spanish capital this mid year, however they could come back with another offer, if Real lower their valuation.
Los Che could offer a part ownership agreement for Mayoral, or a sell on provision for Real Madrid, however they won’t offer in abundance of €10m in an outright transfer fee.