FOOTBALL – Real Madrid Mercato: Real go for Bundesliga star

Anxious to strengthen the defensive line, Real Madrid would like to secure the services of one of the revelations of the World Cup.

This season, Real Madrid is still in the race to keep its titles in La Liga and the Champions League. The Merengues would like to achieve this feat to continue to reign over European football. The year 2023 will be decisive for the people of Madrid who should start a new galactic project in order to celebrate the end of the work of the Santiago Bernabeu. With this in mind, the managers of Real Madrid would like to hit hard on the transfer market. The Merengues target promising players capable of joining the Casa Blanca such as Jude Bellingham or Enzo Fernandez. This week, the Madrid people would have positioned themselves on one of the revelations of the World Cup in Qatar.

According to information from Marca, Real Madrid would indeed be interested in signing Josko Gvardiol next summer. For his first World Cup, the Croatian international impressed the managers of Real Madrid. The rock of RB Leipzig is considered the best defender in the competition and as one of the pillars of his selection alongside Luka Modric. Real Madrid would like to recruit the 20-year-old defender this summer and Madrid will have the means to compete with Chelsea and Manchester City. The transaction could exceed 100 million euros and the Merengues could thus hit a big blow by recruiting the most expensive defender in history.

Real Madrid Transfer Window: Real want to solidify their defense

Before the restart, Carlo Ancelotti‘s men are second in La Liga behind FC Barcelona. Madrid have lost their place as leaders after the defeat to Rayo Vallecano. The Italian coach believes that his defensive line is not strong enough and that this sector must be strengthened next summer. The case of the international craote Josko Gvardiol could become a priority in the coming weeks.

At the same time, Real Madrid could part with three to four defenders in the coming months. Jesus Vallejo, Alvaro Odriozola, Nacho Fernandez and Ferland Mendy are likely to leave. These players, who are currently short of playing time, will have to prove themselves during the second part of the season.

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