The Washington Nationals will pay attention to exchange offers for Juan Soto
after the star outfielder dismissed their latest long haul offer, association sources affirmed to ESPN on Saturday.
Sources said Soto turned down a 15-year, $440 million proposition
that would have been the biggest agreement in baseball history.
Soto had told ESPN recently that he had declined a 13-year, $350 million proposal
before the offseason lockout. He is qualified to turn into a free specialist after the 2024 season.
In any case, as per The Athletic, which originally covered the latest dismissed agreement
offer and the Nationals being available to paying attention to expected exchanges,
some group authorities never again accept they will actually want to arrive at any drawn out manage Soto.