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Real Madrid will not sign a right-back this summer

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Real Madrid’s strategy and best interests require that the administration begin planning for the future far in advance. That so, it’s not surprising that the club is concerned about the right-back position.

Daniel Carvajal and Lucas Vazquez have the responsibilities for the right side of defence. But, with both Spaniards being 31 years old, there is concern regarding the passing of the torch.

But Los Blancos will not make any fresh additions at the right-back position this summer. Carlo Ancelotti had targeted Pedro Porro and Malo Gusto as possible replacements. But both players were able to negotiate a move in the just finished winter transfer market.

In January, Porro was one of Europe’s most sought-after fullbacks. Rather of waiting until the summer, the Spanish player accepted Tottenham Hotspurs’ invitation to join on loan. In exchange for paying €45 million, the English team must make his transfer permanent in the summer.

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Gusto, on the other hand, moved to Stamford Bridge in the same transfer window. The Premier League club signed him for close to €30 million but loaned him back to Lyon until the end of the season.

The high price tag involved in both acquisitions is a feature that Real Madrid would not be willing to pay at the time.

Carlo Ancelotti will aim to keep trust in Carvajal and Vazquez heading into next season, with Nacho ideally continuing to be a crucial third option. Vinicius Tobias from Real Madrid Castilla will undoubtedly serve as a capable backup for his seniors, and his debut for the main squad appears to be just a matter of time.

In January, Porro was one of Europe’s most sought-after fullbacks. Rather of waiting until the summer, the Spanish player accepted Tottenham Hotspurs’ invitation to join on loan. In exchange for paying €45 million, the English team must make his transfer permanent in the summer.

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