A wind of revolution is blowing over Real Madrid. This summer, there are going to be many changes, starting with the coaching position, where Zinedine Zidane is expected to leave his place. The French could then be replaced by Raul Gonzalez or Max Allegri. And in the workforce, things will also change, especially in the defensive sector, where several players have a rather unclear future. This is the case of Sergio Ramos, the emblematic Merengue captain who has still not extended his contract which expires within a month. The Spaniard has an enticing offer from PSG on the table as we revealed to you exclusively on Foot 24hfootnews.
As for Raphaël Varane, the lease that binds him to Real Madrid expires in 2022, and there too, the negotiations do not seem to be moving forward, to the point that several local media were already talking about a possible sale this summer. Several English clubs would thus be on the spot. Obviously, in the event of departures of the two, or even of one of these defenders, it will be necessary to strengthen. And Real Madrid have a very clear goal to strengthen their rearguard.
Real Madrid are pushing behind the scenes
According to our information, it is Jules Koundé, who is no longer really presented at this stage of the season. Brilliant with Sevilla FC throughout the past financial year, the player selected by Didier Deschamps to play the Euro also has many suitors, and not the least, since Manchester City was announced on the shelves. And that’s probably why, again according to our information, Real Madrid has accelerated the operation in recent hours with the player’s agents. For its part, Seville begins to anticipate a departure and has already inquired about the Lensois Loïc Badé.
The two clubs must now agree. The clause of the former Girondin is 90 million euros, a prohibitive amount for the Merengues, who are not especially rolling in gold at the moment due to the crisis and the renovation work at the Bernabéu. It remains to be seen how much Monchi and his teams will be greedy, but in recent months, the Spanish press evoked offers of more than 50 million euros from English clubs, immediately refused by the Andalusians. Here is a series that promises to be fascinating!