Juan Soto Rejects $440M Nets Offer Available For Trade Per Report

According to Ken Rosenthal of The Athletic, Juan Soto, possibly the

best hitter in baseball, is all accessible for exchange.

The 23-year-old All-Star outfielder reportedly turned down a 15-year-

old, $440 million offer from the Nationals, making him the most

generously compensated player in MLB history. Washington

currently plans to look into exchange offers, including Soto, before the exchange cutoff time of August 2.

Soto and National have gone this way and as an extension of a deal,

the recent $440 million expansion is the third such proposal made

by the association. According to Rosenthal, the proposal did not

include any approved cash and would have probably saved young

talent in the nation's capital until the end of their business.

Furthermore, National Senior Supervisor Mike Rizzo was bullied

when some information was received about Soto's possible

exchange. He has completely brushed off any hypotheses about the

condition, with his most recent rejection coming on June 1.