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Real Madrid and FC Barcelona sign a surprising pact! –

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The managements of the two Spanish giants have signed a surprising pact in recent days.

Many things separate the two ogres in Spanish football… but many things also bring them together. If the supporters of the two formations have a certain contempt for each other (always in the sporting context) and continue to maintain this historic rivalry, the Merengues and Blaugranas managements are rather close and work hand in hand on many issues, such as that of the Super League or the CVC deal.

And as explained brand, Joan Laporta and Florentino Pérez respect each other enormously, but they also fear each other. In recent months, the two businessmen have discussed a lot, on various subjects, but have also found an agreement between them. It’s simple: Real Madrid will not try to play dirty tricks on Barça, and vice versa. A non-aggression pact sealed by a handshake between the two men.

A historic pact

Both have thus promised not to seek players from the enemy, or not to try to interfere in somewhat complicated files. Real Madrid will not try anything for Gavi and Ronald Araujo, the two hot issues of the moment for Laporta. The two Barcelona players, more than promising, are indeed in full discussions to extend their lease which expires in 2023, and certain rumors evoked an interest from Real Madrid, especially for the Uruguayan. So there will be nothing.

Florentino Pérez has even personally assured Laporta that he will not try to enlist Araujo. The two men have also agreed not to dig into the youth teams of their historical rival and the only possibility of seeing a player from the first team or the training center join the sworn enemy will be once that his contract with his current club will have come to an end. In recent years, we know that Real Madrid had tried to play a dirty trick on FC Barcelona in the Ilaix Moriba case, in addition to having stolen a nugget from La Masia like Jaume Jardí.

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