Spanish La Liga side Real Valladolid have begun attempts to find an agreement with Hellas Verona over the permanent signing of Cameroonian midfielder Martin Hongla Yma II.
The midfielder who joined the club in January this year has been an interesting acquisition for the club owned by Brazilian football legend, Ronaldo.
Some sections of the Spanish media have it that in 11 matches, including nine starts Hongla has completely changed the quality of the Madrid club where he has mostly-played as a central defender.
Hongla’s adaptation to Spanish football is no surprise because he previously played for Barcelona B and Granada CF.
The current loan deal expires on June 30 – so Valladolid need to finalise the permanent deal before then.
And Valladolid had agreed a fee of 3.5 million Euros with Hellas Verona for the Cameroon international though there are reports suggesting other clubs are in the market for his services and could offer more.
Valladolid currently occupy the 14th spot in La Liga, five points off the relegation zone with eight games left in the championship this term.
The input of the 25-year-old this campaign can’t be overemphasized.
It will be a steal if Valladolid get the AFCON 2021 Bronze medalist at such a peanut fee.
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