Real Madrid’s summer could be quiet for transfer market
Those at the top of the club insist that it will be a quiet summer. And that the players will not come, and it appears, is not a strategic move.
Real Madrid without new signings
The debate of whether or not Real Madrid will pass the summer without signing continues to be repeated, again and again. Those at the top of the club insist that it will be a quiet summer. And that the players will not come, and it appears, is not a strategic move. Journalists and fans answer “really?” every time they are told about the club’s plans for the market, but all the signs indicate that it is true. The reality of the ongoing economic climate is such that Real Madrid has missed 200 million euros, which otherwise they would have received by making transfers with anything but priority this summer. Los Blancos knows that they have to protect their finances. For them, there is a reluctance to be in a similar situation with Barcelona, and It deals with big money connected continuously with the Catalans.
Both Kai Havertz and Eduardo Camavinga are two players who were strongly associated with Real Madrid. Still, now, apparently, the question is whether they will be ready to wait a year to go to Santiago Bernabeu. Real Madrid had been lining up moves until March, but then everything stopped and changed. Camavinga wants to join Real Madrid, but, being 17, he seems ready to pamper his time and wait for the opportunity. Even though the leaders of the Bernabéu are adamant that they do not plan any action. Barcelona is on the verge of Los Blancos, making a late attempt to wrest Lautaro Martinez from their hands. Real Madrid fans are waiting for something, whether it be Erling Haaland, Havertz, or Camavinga, but the club is still firmly standing.