Real Madrid are working to revive the Galacticos Era and have set a number of signatures for next summer. The Los Blancos list includes Killian Mbabane, Earling Holland, Robert Lewandowski and Paul Pogba.
French thriller Mbappe tops list And it could be signed in January. After failing to bid € 200 million (£ 171.7 million) on the day of last month’s transfer deadline. The 22-year-old has made no secret of his desire to move to the Santiago Bernabeu and with less than a year left on his current contract, Paris Saint-Germain will pay him cash when the transfer window reopens in the new year. Can be forced .
Pogba, on the other hand, is expected to move free, with Manchester United midfielders reluctant to sign a new contract with their existing employers. PSG are keen to sign the on-demand midfielder, but Pogba is said to prefer to go to Spain to fulfill his dream of donating the white jersey of the Madrid giants.
According to AS., Lewandowski is just an alternative to the original, whose main target is Borussia Dortmund Hitman Holland. He wants to bring the Norwegian striker to the Spanish capital next summer, when he will be available for a 75 million deal. However, if they lose to another club, they are expected to prefer Poland International as an alternative.
Lewandowski indicated that he was looking for a new challenge after winning the lot with Bayern Munich. The Polish forward will turn 34 next summer, and therefore will not have a long-term plan for Real, who will be keen to buy players who provide value in the long run rather than short-term effects.
In view of the long-term plan, According to the Daily MailHe is also looking for a young man to run his business in England. He is certainly not in the Mbabane and Dutch leagues, but has been making waves in the Championship this season.
Fulham striker Fabio Carvalho has attracted interest not only from Real but also from many top clubs in England. The former England Under-18 international, who plays an attacking midfield role, has started all of Fulham’s games this season with three goals and five assists.
Marco Silva, 19, remains an important part of his plans as he aims to promote with Fulham, but Carvajal’s contract status could see him leave Crown Cottage in early January. The striker’s contract expires in 2022 and he has not yet tied his long-term future to the West London club, which could force him to pay cash when the transfer window reopens in 2022.
Real are expected to be among the clubs queuing for his signature, but will face competition from most of England’s biggest clubs, who are also watching his progress.