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Real Madrid president confirms striker signing, says there will be no more moves



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Real Madrid lost four forwards in the last month, with Karim Benzema, Marco Asensio, Mariano Diaz, and Eden Hazard all confirming their moves out of the Santiago Bernabeu as free agents.

Despite losing four attackers, Madrid have not particularly made a lot of moves in the transfer market yet. Fran Garcia and Brahim Diaz have returned to the club, with the latter capable of playing as a winger even though he is an attacking midfielder by trade.

There are several attackers linked to the club, with Espanyol’s Joselu the only one close to joining the club. The Spaniard will join on loan, and president Florentino Perez has confirmed his signing to a fan.

He was also asked whether Madrid would sign another player this summer, but Perez turned down those ideas with a rather simple, “no.”

Madrid have been rumoured with a move for Kai Havertz, Harry Kane, and even Kylian Mbappe this summer, but all beyond reach as of now.

Havertz’s price has been set at €60 million plus bonuses, which Madrid have no intention of paying, even though they rate the German quite highly. Chelsea are not ready to budge, and it seems he will end up at Arsenal soon enough.

Kane, too, will prove to be quite expensive. Tottenham Hotspur chairman Daniel Levy is expecting a figure upward of €100 million, and would be happy to sell to Madrid over Premier League clubs.

Finally, as far as Mbappe is concerned, it seems the Frenchman does not want to extend his contract with PSG beyond 2024, but is also not ready to leave the club this summer. Madrid are ready to sign him, but it remains to be seen if the three parties can see eye to eye.

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Report: Real Madrid reactivate interest to sign €50 million-rated defender




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According to a report from Mundo Deportivo, Real Madrid have decided to reactivate the operation to sign Alphonso Davies from Bayern Munich.

The Spanish football giant has shown interest in the Canadian star for quite some time but has yet to seal the deal. Now, following the conclusion of the Copa America, Real Madrid are reigniting their efforts to sign Davies.

Before the Copa America began, Davies mentioned that he would postpone any decisions about his future until after the tournament. 

With the competition now over, his future remains a hot topic for both Real Madrid and Bayern Munich, who are keenly monitoring the situation.

Real Madrid will not meet Bayern’s demand

Real Madrid are hesitant to meet Bayern Munich’s asking price of €50 million for Davies, whose current contract runs until 2025. 

Negotiations between Bayern Munich and Davies’ agent have been ongoing, but they haven’t reached an agreement. Davies is reportedly seeking a significant salary increase, rumoured to be around €20 million per season, which Bayern Munich has declined.

Alphonso Davies is likely to leave Real Madrid. (Photo by FRANCK FIFE/AFP via Getty Images)

In light of this stalemate, Bayern Munich’s management has decided to withdraw their renewal offer, risking the possibility of Davies leaving for free when his contract expires in 2025. 

This development has opened the door for Real Madrid, who are preparing to make an offer that could potentially satisfy Bayern Munich’s demands.

Davies is likely to leave

In Germany, the consensus is that Davies is likely to leave Bayern Munich this summer, with Real Madrid being the most probable destination. The situation is fluid, but it appears that the Spanish club is in a strong position to acquire the talented Canadian defender.

For Real Madrid, securing a player of Davies’ calibre would be a significant boost to their squad. The club is known for its aggressive transfer strategies, and bringing in a player like Davies aligns with their goals.

As the summer transfer window progresses, the focus will remain on the negotiations between Real Madrid and Bayern Munich. 

Both clubs have a lot at stake, and the outcome will depend on their ability to find common ground regarding the transfer fee and Davies’ salary demands.

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