Saudi Arabia officials arrived in Spain to try and acquire more Real Madrid players for the Saudi Pro League. Karim Bézema is a recent addition to Saudi Pro League, after he parted on good terms with Real Madrid.
Saudi officials are working to add more top talent to the list in order to aid the growth of Saudi Pro League. Saudi Arabian clubs may try and sign a few Real Madrid players who are nearing the end of their contract. Los Blancos has a number of players that are over thirty years old and in need of a transition period. Florentino Perez wants to get rid of players like Luka Modric and Toni Kroos despite them all being legends at the club.
Modric and Kroos’ contracts expire this summer. Madrid has not yet made an official approach to extend their contracts, despite verbal agreements. Saudi officials may try to lure the two legends to the Middle East with contract offers that are as high as those made to Cristiano Cristiano or the mercurial Frenchman.
Dani Carvajal, a Spanish wingback, could also be on the list. He’s at the end of his thirties and could be moving to a league that pays better but is less competitive. Saudi Arabian clubs may be tempted by the defensive genius.
In a recent interview with the Real Madrid legend Cristiano he urged other players to join the Saudi League in order to make it one of top leagues around the globe. “The Saudi League is improving and next year it will be better,” he said. Step by step, I believe this league will become one of the top five leagues around the world, but it needs time, players and infrastructure. This country, I think, has great potential. They have wonderful people. The league will be fantastic in my opinion. They are welcome, whether they are big players or big names, youngsters, or ‘old’ players. The league will be improved a bit if they come.
Real Madrid will reportedly be changing their team lineup drastically for the next year. Four of their players have already left the club: Eden Hazard, Mariano Diaz Marco Asensio and Karim Bélhema. The club may be willing to let go of a few more players if they feel their time with the club is done or the price is right. The club is preparing to sign midfield sensation Jude Bellingham to their team . It is believed that the bid is close to EUR120m.
Real Madrid want Harry Kane to replace Karim Benzema. 9
Madrid wants Harry Kane as their new No. After Benzema’s departure, the number 9 is now Harry Kane.
Real Madrid is also interested in adding Harry Kane as a replacement for Karim Benedema. Kane still has one year remaining on his Tottenham Hotspur deal. His long-term future remains uncertain.
Real Madrid is in need of a new striker after Benzema left the club after 14 years. On their list are Napoli’s Victor Osimhen and Inter Milan’s Lautaro Martnez, Chelsea’s Kai Havertz and Juventus’ Dusan vlahovic. Harry Kane is still their top priority in order to strengthen their attack. Kane’s style is the closest to that of the departing French. Both are able to score and provide as well as play a great link-up game. They are also similar in terms of their technical abilities. Kane is a good replacement for Benzema because of his ability to shoot from any part of the field and to hold the ball up to get other players involved.
The 14-time UCL Champions have a great admiration for England’s all-time leading goalscorer Kane. The 14-time UCL Champions are huge admirers of England’s record goalscorer Kane.
After their last match against Athletic Bilbao, Madrid also parted on good terms with Eden Hazard, Marco Asensio and Mariano Diaz. The increase in their wage and transfer budget was EUR77 million.
Daniel Levy, the chairman of Tottenham, wants to keep Kane with his boyhood club. Real Madrid would not pay more than PS100m, even though he would reportedly want to. Kane scored 280 goals in 435 Spurs appearances. He is just 47 goals short of Alan Shearer’s Premier League scoring record of 260. Kane’s future is still uncertain in north London, as Spurs are unable to qualify for Champions League next season, and Kane has yet to win any major trophies. Real Madrid would like to see the England striker move to Spain because of his desire to win major trophies.