The highlight of recent Real Madrid news has been on club captain Sergio Ramos' contract expiration this summer, but he is not the only Los Blancos player whose contract is up this summer.
Lucas Vazquez, a utility player for Real Madrid, is also out of contract on June 30th, and the club and the Spain international have yet to reach an agreement.
According to an article in Diario AS, the club has increased their compensation offer to the player to €5 million per season, indicating that an agreement is likely to be reached.
Bayern Munich and Paris Saint-Germain are said to have been interested in his services, but the player now prefers to remain in Spain's capital.
Vazquez has improved his fortunes at the club this season and is now a core member of the team, as well as the starting lineup – he has played 31 games in all competitions this season, compared to just 10 the previous season.
However, due to an injury, he will miss the remainder of the season.
For the Los Blancos, Vazquez has filled in at right-back and on the right side of a front three.