Arsenal to fight Real Madrid for the one compared as Jude Bellingham


Arsenal and Real Madrid are both targeting a youngster who could become the next Jude Bellingham. Arsenal are set to compete against Real Madrid for the next big wonderkid in English football.

Los Blancos aren’t known for shopping in England’s lower leagues – but could make an exception this time. Following their capture of Jude Bellingham, Real Madrid are keen to ensure that the next big superstar out of the Football League doesn’t cost £100 million. 

Now, they could go head to head with Premier League sides over one particular talent.

According to AS in Spain, Real and Arsenal are leading the race for Caylan Vickers of Reading. 

Arsenal looking for their Jude Bellingham

The youngster could cost as little as a million pounds, too, with the League One side struggling financially. Vickers has caught the eye of several big sides, however, and is tip for big things in the future.

Arsenal are well-known for their integration of youth talents in their first team under Arteta

And were link with a move for the Royals attacker last month.

The likes of Bukayo Saka, Gabriel Martinelli and William Saliba have all been thrown into big roles at a young age.

Vickers is currently 18 years old. Any move from either north London or Madrid could result in him going on loan before included in any first-team picture.

Despite his young age, Vickers has already played nine times in the league for Reading.

He made his first-team debut for the Berkshire outfit in an August loss to Peterborough United,

Shortly after signing his first professional contract. 

Walters also thought to be the subject of interested from other clubs in the Premier League

While he is happy to remain in North London, he head could turned by a team who promise him first-team football.

A centre-back by trade, Arsenal have some top quality players in this position – such as William Saliba, Ben White and Gabriel

But there is certainly room in the squad for Walters to give some minutes in the senior squad.

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