Pedro Leon's Inclusion For Getafe Against Real Madrid Would Cost The Club €2 Million - Report

The 24-year-old winger will not feature against Jose Mourinho's men, with Luis Garcia Plaza's side unwilling to fork out the money needed to play the on-loan midfielder
Getafe midfielder Pedro Leon will not feature against his parent club, Real Madrid, on Saturday evening due to a clause in the loan agreement stating it will cost the team €2 million if he was to feature, according to Marca.

The right winger rejoined Luis Garcia Plaza's side on a season-long loan on the last day of the transfer window but will have to wait until next week to make his second debut for Getafe against Rayo Vallecano.

Madrid have a reputation for including such clauses when loaning out their players to fellow La Liga sides, including Royston Drenthe's loan spell at Hercules last campaign when the Alicante club were unwilling to pay €2m to play the Dutch winger against Jose Mourinho's men.

Getafe will also be without Rafa Lopez and Alberto Lopo, with Miguel Torres and Cata Diaz expected to feature in central defence.

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