Real Madrid academy player Marvin Park has received interest from several clubs and Serie A team Torino are keen on making a move for the winger, according to a report from Gianluca Di Marzio later confirmed by AS.
However, Madrid are not considering selling Marvin unless they receive a big offer, per that same report. New coach Carlo Ancelotti likes what he’s seen from academy players like Marvin, Miguel Gutierrez or Sergio Arribas, so they could eventually help the first team when needed.
Furthermore, Marvin’s salary isn’t high enough to force Madrid to send him out on loan, as the club believes that the player could still develop with Castilla with a handful of appearances with the first team down the road.
All things considered, it seems that the clubs interested in Marvin will need to spend more than €3 million, per those same reports, so Real Madrid will likely end up keeping the player.