Zinedine Zidane returning to man the fort at the Bernabeu has drummed up some excitement, and it is assumed that the club will slacken the Purse-strings in the coming transfer window. Los Blancos faithfuls wants Neymar or Kylian Mbappe, and Florentino Perez, when asked about the PSG star’s, he surprisingly joked he would pick them both.
It has been a reasonable couple of years since Madrid last secure a player worth to be called a ‘Galactico‘. Their fans have always yearned for Belgian and Chelsea influential playmaker Eden Hazard, and sensational PSG youngster Kylian Mbappe, Neymar or Paul Pogba, instead they received Vinicius, Rodrygo and Thibaut Courtois. The exit of Cristiano Ronaldo can’t be overlooked in this either.
Zidane left Bernabeu after clinching three consecutive Champions League title, maybe in light of the fact that he had achieved all he had embarked to. But, without fresh recruits, the Los Blancos team will wind up stale. The purposes behind Zidane’s unexpected return have been greatly theorized upon, with many trusting it must be because of an assortment of positive legal binding stipulations and bonuses that have urged the Frenchman to return.
Almost certain is that the club’s board of directors have guaranteed Zidane a windfall of transfer funds for the coming summer transfer window, and this has fired up the imagination of the Madrid support. It’s normal that the club will make no less than two noteworthy signings before the summer transfer deadline.
Real Madrid president Florentino Perez has been addressed on two of these possible arrivals, with Spanish press inquiring as to whether he would prefer securing Neymar or Kylian Mbappe.
Whenever asked, Perez joked “both“. In the case of joking or not, what is sure is that the confirmation has made a major sprinkle on social media. The way that Madrid might want to sign the two forwards is the message being given.
This been noted, to fulfil this huge dream, PSG would need to be persuaded to surrender their prized assets – an uphill task which won’t be simple. Even the Ligue 1 giant recent Champions League exit won’t make signing either of the two stars straightforwardly possible. The French club are renowned for their extreme negotiating stances, something Barcelona can affirm to, after their inability to secure the signing of Marco Verratti from Parc des Princes
It is a circumstance that has been made considerably and increasingly difficult by recent comments made by Mbappe, who has said he will stay put at PSG next season notwithstanding their 3-1 Champions League to Manchester United. But as we all know a barking dog will relax when tickle with a fat bone.