Lucas Vazquez is ready to call it quits at Real Madrid, who have not tabled an acceptable deal offer for him. With a move in the summer transfer window on the horizon, Chelsea and Man United are among the clubs that have offered him a lucrative four-year contract.
Spain international has been a handy option in the Los Blancos first-team setup over the past half-a-decade or so. Never really viewed as a pivotal figure at Real Madrid, Lucas has chipped in with some important contributions for La Liga giants, particularly in the ongoing campaign, when several other big-name footballers have faltered.
A return of 2 goals and 7 assists in 31 games might not appear to be fantastic enough, but it is important to note that Vazquez has played nearly half of the season as a right-back. But, the 29-year-old winger faces an uncertain future at the Santiago Bernabeu, with his current deal set to run out in the summer.
Such a situation has piqued the interest of Chelsea and Man United, among others. The interest from the Blues is intriguing, considering they bolstered their attack heavily last summer. However, with both Christian Pulisic and Hakim Ziyech having been linked with potential exits in the upcoming transfer window, apart from Timo Werner, a spot in the attack could open up.
In addition, the Spanish winger could also arrive at Chelsea this summer as competition for Reece James, who is currently the first-choice right wing-back under the German manager. As for Man United, the interest in the versatile Real Madrid superstar could well be more straightforward.