Today (Friday) an article appeared in the Spanish “S” about Probitola confirming that he was interested in not leaving Real. “I’m in the best club in the world,” he said in an interview with an Argentine radio station. “A second year in the same team, in the same city, to compete in the Euroleague … I am very happy. Staying at Real Madrid is what I wanted.”
Regarding Campaso, New York Times senior reporter Mark Stein reported that his move to the NBA seemed safer than ever. Real have known about his desire to cross the Atlantic for three months now, and in recent days the possibility that he will arrive during the October free transfer period to the best league in the world has become even more realistic. The team that has shown the most interest in him is Dallas.
Campaso was one of Real’s standouts last season in the Euroleague with 9.9 points per game and 7.1 assists. Probitola averaged 5 points per game alongside 3 assists.
On a City v Real Madrid day, this Facundo Campazzo update seems appropriate:
Campazzo’s move to the NBA in October free agency has never looked more likely, league sources say
Real has known for three months, sources say, that the Argentinean playmaker plans to go to the NBA
— Marc Stein (@TheSteinLine) August 7, 2020