Spanish club plots to increase the release clause of Juventus target Nico

Juventus have become interested in signing Nico Williams in recent days as he emerges as Spain’s next big talent.

The winger plays for Athletic Bilbao and is the little brother of Iñaki Williams.

He caught the attention of the Bianconeri before the last international window, and in it he shone with Spain.

This has made even more clubs take notice, with his parent club wanting to increase his release clause, according to Tuttomercatoweb.

It currently stands at €50m but the report says Athletic feel any club can afford that now.

For this reason, they intend to offer him a new contract with a higher termination clause.

Juve FC says

When a youngster starts to prove himself, the best European clubs will pay attention to him and his parent club will want to make as much money as possible from his sale.

Athletic know they have a once-in-a-lifetime chance to make their fortune, and it’s only natural that they want to earn as much as possible, considering how inflated transfer fees have become recently.

Our biggest problem would not be paying a huge transfer fee, but beating the other competing teams for his signature.

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