Real Madrid are arguably the biggest independent institution in the world of football. The Spanish giants are considered to be the pinnacle of the sport, and unsurprisingly the dream club for many.
Roony Bardghji is one of Sweden’s most rapidly rising young stars touted to be the next big thing in his nation. The midfielder of FC Copenhagen recently gave an interview where he spoke about the club he most desired to represent. As quoted by Mundo Deportivo, he said:
“The dream is, of course, to take the next step to the major leagues, clubs, and tournaments. The club I want to end up in? I want to play for Real Madrid and stay for many years.”
He went on to reveal his massive ambitions, and said that nothing short of being the best in the world would satisfy him.
“My goal is to become the best football player in the world. I’ve had that in me since I was little and no one can stop me except myself,” the 17-year-old Swedish wonderkid said.
The youngster is a technically gifted player who can operate both as a midfielder and a forward. His left foot is usually the source of his lethal goals, but he is more than capable of inflicting damage with his right boot as well.
At the moment, Real Madrid are well equipped in the department and have their eyes focused on Jude Bellingham who they see as the final piece in the puzzle.
Nevertheless, Roony Bardghji could still push for a move to the Bernabeu if he continues his high-level displays and catches the eyes of the Real Madrid scouts.
Real Madrid maintain full confidence in Turkish starlet despite injury woes
Arda Guler’s Real Madrid stint has not gotten off to the start he would have hoped to have given the expectation that preceded the transfer.
Having joined in the summer after Real Madrid outbid their competition to win him over from Fenerbahce for a 20-million-euro fee, buzz was high as the winger was expected to slot into the team quite seamlessly, albeit on a rotational basis.
Unfortunately for the 18-year-old, he has been constantly marred by injuries since completing the move.
Reports have stated that after Guler picked up his third injury since his move, Real Madrid have been concerned and want to take things slow with the player to ensure he is fit as soon as possible after an injury to his quadriceps this time.
The Turk is yet to make his competitive debut for the club, and Real Madrid even sacked their medical chief in November, in light of their injury crises since the beginning of the season.
No loan deal for Guler
However, according to Fabrizio Romano in a recent YouTube video, he states that Madrid maintain full trust and patience in the youngster.
Despite his bad luck with injuries, the latest of which he is scheduled to return from after Christmas, the Galacticos have no intention of loaning out Guler to Turkish clubs despite lots of speculation of them doing so of late.
Romano states that Madrid remain firm on not shaking things up too much with the squad, and they want to keep their roster stable, including Arda Guler.
They want to extend their full support and protection to the player as he aims to return to full fitness and finally make his bow for Madrid either by the end of this month or in 2024.