Real Madrid are about to start a new era.
Real Madrid is aiming to reorganize the team by signing star players in the transfer window this coming summer. British Sky Sports said on the 17th (Korean time), “Real Madrid wants to sign Jude Bellingham (Dortmund), Kylian Mbappe (PSG), and Alfonso Davies (Bayern Munich), and Mbappe will be out of France from January 2024. You can freely sign a contract with the club.”
Bellingham was first on the Real Madrid radar this season. There were reports earlier this month that the club was interested in the player, but no official offer has yet been made.
Mbappe has been interested in Real Madrid for a long time. In particular, in the summer of last year, he weighed between going to Real Madrid and remaining in Paris Saint-Germain, and eventually signed a new contract with PSG, including a basic two-year plus one-year option. The additional options are player-determined, and it is up to Mbappe to trigger them.
Excluding additional options, Mbappe will stay at PSG until next season. Due to the Hana Bosman rule, from January next year, you can sign a pre-contract with a club outside of France.
Bayern left-back Davies is also interested in Real Madrid. After Marcelo’s move, the team looked for a left-back for a long time. Ferland Mendy and others were recruited to the team, but they did not show their performance. More recently, midfielder Eduardo Camavinga has been tinkered with in this position.
Recruiting Davis won’t be easy. Bayern is desperate to renew the contract by defining this player as a ‘unsellable player’. The contract expires in the summer of 2025.
It costs an astronomical amount to sign three players without free agents (FA). According to Transfermark, a website that rates football players, Bellingham is priced at 120 million euros (about 170 billion won), Mbappe is at 180 million euros (about 262 billion won), and Davies is 70 million euros ( It is evaluated at about 102 billion won).카지노사이트
Real Madrid prefer to sign as a free agent with the contract expiring rather than paying the transfer fee as it is.