REAL MADRID MERCATO: REAL WANTS TO WEAKEN BAYERN MUNICH THIS SUMMER
Real Madrid are aware of the need to strengthen their squad and could recruit a new defender in the next summer.
Real Madrid are expected to be one of the major players in the upcoming summer transfer window. The Merengues have big ambitions and the completion of the Santiago Bernabeu should allow them to make a big splash. The club’s directors have already identified the areas they want to strengthen this summer. The club’s directors have already identified the areas they need to strengthen this summer, and are reportedly looking to recruit new players in midfield and defence. Carlo Ancelotti is said to have asked his management for new full-backs to strengthen his defensive line. The Italian coach is not satisfied with the performances of Alvaro Odriozola and Ferland Mendy.
The Italian coach is not satisfied with the performances of Alvaro Odriozola and Ferland Mendy, and Real Madrid are reportedly looking at Canadian international Alphonso Davies. The Bayern Munich defender is highly regarded by the Madrid staff and his experience of major tournaments could be an advantage. According to reports from Marca, Real Madrid could make a move this summer or wait until June 2024 to recruit Alphonso Davies. The 22-year-old is under contract with Bayern Munich until June 2025. The Real Madrid bosses want to convince him not to extend his contract. This scenario could facilitate the signing of Alphonso Davies at the Casa Blanca in two years time.
Real Madrid Mercato: Real prospecting in the Bundesliga
In addition to Alphonso Davies, Real Madrid are also interested in two other Bundesliga stars. The Merengues are interested in signing RB Leipzig defender Josko Gvardiol and Borussia Dortmund midfielder Jude Bellingham. The German league allows young talent to showcase their potential before eventually moving on to a bigger club. In recent years, Real have made a habit of shopping around in the Bundesliga.
They have recruited the likes of Toni Kroos, Dani Carvajal and David Alaba from the German league. Real Madrid could adopt this strategy again in the coming months to make history by recruiting Josko Gvardiol, Jude Bellingham and Alphonso Davies.