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Real Madrid 'eye move for Pedro Guilherme'

Real Madrid 'eye move for Guilherme'
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Real Madrid reportedly want to sign Fluminense forward Pedro Guilherme, who could be available for £22.4m.

Real Madrid are reportedly interested in signing Fluminense forward Pedro Guilherme.

The 21-year-old has scored 12 times in 23 appearances for Fluminense this season, and is believed to be on the radar of a number of European clubs.

Borussia Dortmund, Sevilla, AC Milan and Roma have all been credited with an interest, but according to AS, Los Blancos are also very much in the hunt for the centre-forward.

The report claims that Guilherme's current deal includes a release clause of £44.8m, but an offer in the region of £22.4m would be enough to convince Fluminense to sell.

Madrid are said to be keen to complete a January deal before loaning the Brazilian out for the remainder of the campaign.

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