The midfield of Real Madrid is loaded with young potential. The department is brilliantly anchored by the youthful but experienced €110 Aurelien Tchouameni, Federico Valverde brings the X-factor going forward, and Eduardo Camavinga can be a formidable force on occasion.
The department would be much more strong with Jude Bellingham on board, taking the group to a whole new level. As ludicrous as it may sound, that relocation is now more imminent than ever.
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Los Blancos will report offer Bellingham a maximum fix price of €110 million in the summer. According to sources from MARCA. However, by introducing crucial add-ons, they will close the gap with Borussia Dortmund’s asking price.
Real Madrid’s main summer transfer goal is the English international as they want to gradually replace Luka Modric and Toni Kroos. Ironically, the athlete decides to relocate to Spain in part because of the opportunity to share a dressing room with the aforementioned pair.
According to reports, Carlo Ancelotti’s team and Liverpool were vying for the protégé. Although the Reds once led the pack, everything now appears to point toward Madrid.
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The 19-year-old is already one of Dortmund’s leaders and has four goals and one assist for them in the UEFA Champions League alone this season. Additionally, he contributed an assist and one goal for the Three Lions at the Qatar World Cup.
Future plans for the Bundesliga star and a potential transfer to Real Madrid. Will be decided in the days to come. A deal is about to be reached since Dortmund’s asking price is no longer significantly more than the budget of the European Champions.
There is no shortage of emerging quality in Real Madrid’s midfield. Federico Valverde brings the X-factor going forward, while Eduardo Camavinga can be a powerful force on his good days. Aurelien Tchouameni, a youthful but seasoned department anchor, leads the department excellently.
Jude Bellingham’s inclusion would take the department’s already-stackable staff to a whole new level. That relocation is now closer than ever to be complete, as ludicrous as that may sound.
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