Udinese secures Iker Bravo outright. And tries for free agent Duncan

Udinese – reports Sky Sports – is completing the purchase of the 2005 class Bayer Leverkusen striker Iker Bravo. The medical examinations and the signing of the contract are scheduled for the next few days. Raised in the youth teams of Barcelona, ​​he has played the last two seasons on loan at Real Madrid. Udinese has closed the deal permanently. Real Madrid has no intention of spending 10 million euros, activating the purchase clause, to sign him. The Pozzo club will not reach these figures, but they know that the player appreciates the project proposed by the Bianconeri. At the moment he is busy with the U19 European Championship, then it will be time for medical examinations and signing the contract.

Furthermore, according to Sky Sport, Udinese has made an attempt in midfield for Alfred Duncan, who was released from Fiorentina. For the moment, nothing to do, it remains to be seen if there will be a relaunch.