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Real Madrid manager Ancelotti told to sign 22-year-old French midfield enforcer

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Real Madrid are going through a difficult period right now, with the club being dealt with a series of fresh injuries.

Among the injured players is Eduardo Camavinga, who picked up a knee injury during a training session with France. He has returned to Madrid for his recovery.

Even Jude Bellingham has been suffering from a knock and was not fully fit heading into the international break.

This has led to pressure within the Real Madrid camp to sign a new player, especially as Aurelien Tchouameni is also out injured.

Damiani asked Ancelotti about signing Khepren Thuram

Amid these speculations, Oscar Damiani, the former Juventus footballer and the ex-agent of Lilian Thuram, has revealed that he has recommended the signing of Khephren Thuram to join Real Madrid manager Carlo Ancelotti.

“Khephren Thuram would fit in best at Real Madrid. I’ve already recommended him to Carlo Ancelotti,” Damiani said in an interview with GianlucaDiMarzio.com.

It must be noted that Khephren is the son of legendary former French defender Lilian. He is also the brother of Inter Milan frontman Marcus Thuram.

Will Khephren be a good signing for Real Madrid? (Photo by SYLVAIN THOMAS/AFP via Getty Images)

Khephren has been making a name for himself in midfield ever since his days at Monaco and is now thriving at OGC Nice, whom he joined in 2019.

The 22-year-old has well over 100 appearances in Ligue 1 and has been linked with Real Madrid in the past.

Real Madrid unlikely to sign new player in January

However, as things stand, Real Madrid are unlikely to sign any new players in the upcoming January transfer window.

It is against Florentino Perez’s policy to reinforce the squad in the middle of the season, and there won’t be any signing in January.

Real Madrid’s strategy will be to utilise the new talents coming up from the youth academy, with Nico Paz and Mario Martin likely to be the beneficiaries.

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“Heartbreaking” – Real Madrid superstar reacts to Euro 2024 final loss to Spain

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Jude Bellingham’s Euro 2024 campaign came to a heartbreaking end as England slumped to a 2-1 defeat against Spain in the final.

Bellingham was one of the better players for England in what was a hard-fought affair at the Olympiastadion. However, the Real Madrid star was not able to get his team over the line, with England conceding a late winner from Mikel Oyarzabal.

Jude Bellingham on Euros defeat

Bellingham was visibly disappointed at the result and was seen storming off the pitch and even kicking a drinks cooler in frustration.

Speaking to a press after the defeat, Bellingham expressed his thoughts, calling it a ‘heartbreaking result’.

“We all wanted nothing more than to make history and make people of England proud but we didn’t deliver. Going forward we will analyze it, it’s a young group,” he said (h/t Daily Mail).

Heartbreaking end to Euro 2024 campaign for Bellingham (Photo by Stu Forster/Getty Images)

Bellingham was indeed one of the more important players for an England side, which was criticised by many for their underwhelming performances

However, the Real Madrid star also looked at the positive. “It’s disappointing because we have to deliver at some point but there are things we can take from this,” he said.

“As a team, we will take the positives and negatives and we have to find a way to get it over the line,” the midfielder added.

While the defeat to Spain was certainly a blow for young Bellingham, the Englishman can hold his head up high, as he is coming on the back of a tremendous campaign that saw him secure the La Liga and the Champions League title.

For now, Bellingham will be looking forward to an extended summer break, before shifting his focus back to Real Madrid ahead of the new season.

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