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As Spanish newspaper “As” reports, Anthony Randolph and Real Madrid have a deal for a three-year extension of his contract, which will keep the American big man in Spain until 2020. The deal was first reported by Israeli journalist Moshe Barda two days ago, who like “As”, confirmed also that there’s a tricky part on the contract. The new deal will include an NBA out option, as Randolph still has his eyes also in the NBA.
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Real Madrid’s interest towards Anthony Randolph has been known for quite some time. Now, the Liga Endesa champions are intensifying their efforts to enlist the services of one of the most impressive players in last season’s Euroleague. After agreeing with Othello Hunter and renewing the contracts of Anders Nocioni and Gustavo Ayon, the Madridistas want to add another piece to their frontline puzzle, by acquiring Randolph. According to Eurohoops sources, the two sides are currently in advanced negotiations and they might reach an agreement soon.
But the 26-year-old also admits that he is open to a move back to the NBA plus offers in Europe and will speak to his agent following the conclusion of the season. “I’m open to any moves and I’ll be grateful and honoured for any move that I receive,” he says.
“Once the season is completely over and we’ve had our final team dinner, I’ll sit with my agent and discuss my options as it’s something I would like to do. “Everyone’s goal is to be in the NBA and it’s something I would like to do but Europe has taught me a lot of things, how to be a better team player, how to adjust to different roles. Who knows, maybe I’ll stay here. We’ll see.”
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