Real Madrid Unlikely to Trigger Takefusa Kubo’s Buyback Clause Despite Impressive Display

Despite Takefusa Kubo’s standout performance against Real Madrid while playing for Real Sociedad, it appears that Real Madrid is hesitant to exercise their 50% sell-on fee to bring him back to the club.

In his recent outing at the Santiago Bernabeu, the Japanese winger showcased his skills by consistently bypassing Real Madrid defenders and played a pivotal role in Real Sociedad’s goal. However, according to Jose Felix Diaz’s article in Marca, if the decision were solely based on this performance, Real Madrid might consider bringing Kubo back into the fold. Nonetheless, the club seems to have reservations about his fit in the current starting XI.

Kubo’s primary positions are on the right wing or as a secondary striker, which could potentially displace Rodrygo Goes from the lineup. It’s possible that Kubo may prefer to join a club where he has a guaranteed starting role, should he decide to move on. Additionally, Kubo’s return could hinder the progress of academy talents like Nico Paz and Gonzalo Garcia Torres.

Considering Kubo’s €60 million release clause, a return to Real Madrid could cost the club around €30 million. The article suggests that Real Madrid is not actively pursuing his return at this time and may be open to receiving a fee from another club interested in signing Kubo. Furthermore, it appears that Kubo is content with his current situation at Real Sociedad.

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