Grimaldo Shines as Bayer Leverkusen Leads Bundesliga


Bayer Leverkusen's remarkable season has seen them rise to the top of the Bundesliga, and one of their standout performers, Grimaldo, has made quite an impact. While Leverkusen flourishes, the Spanish talent's success may leave AC Milan pondering what could have been.

Grimaldo has enjoyed a sensational start to his journey at Bayer Leverkusen, amassing an impressive five goals and five assists in just 12 appearances across all competitions. This remarkable performance comes as a reminder of the potential the Spanish player possesses. has highlighted the background story of Grimaldo's journey to Leverkusen. The Bundesliga club secured his services on a free transfer, effectively thwarting the interests of Napoli, Inter, Juventus, and AC Milan. All four Italian clubs had considered him at various points in time, but it was Leverkusen who ultimately secured his signature.

Grimaldo's journey to Leverkusen becomes even more intriguing when considering that Benfica had once placed a €40 million release clause in his contract, making him a more expensive prospect. AC Milan had evaluated him as a potential deputy for Theo Hernandez, but Grimaldo opted to explore other opportunities rather than risk limited playing time.

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