Real Madrid’s New Los Galacticos Project: Mbappe, Haaland & Pogba Are Targets – 1NEWS

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Real Madrid's New Los Galacticos Project: Mbappe, Haaland & Pogba Targets


Crazybola.com – It’s no secret and once again confirmed, Real Madrid’s main plan next summer is to regenerate the squad Los Galacticos they and at least three players are on their priority transfer radar.

Real Madrid are moving forward with their ambitious new project, both on the pitch and at the institutional level. The off-field project is the renewal of the Santiago Bernabeu stadium, which is still undergoing a radical modern transformation while retaining its old charm.

While the project on the pitch is to rejuvenate their squad with presence Los Galacticos new era. Several senior players such as Sergio Ramos and Raphael Varane had left over the summer and the club managed to bring in David Alaba and Eduardo Camavinga, from Bayern Munich and Rennes respectively.

Actually Real Madrid are also determined to add Kylian Mbappe to their squad this season, but Paris Saint-Germain refuse to sell, and now Los Merengues ready to seize the signature of the French international striker on a free transfer next season.

His compatriot, Paul Pogba, will also be available on a free transfer after his contract expires at the end of this season at Manchester United. He has turned down offers of a new contract and widespread reports say he is very much interested in realizing a dream move to the Spanish capital.

One more name that is in Real Madrid’s main transfer target is Erling Haaland, with the Borussia Dortmund bomber being available with a release clause of only IDR 1.3 trillion in the 2022 summer transfer market.

While some new faces are expected to come, Los Blancos have also tied some of their old members to new contracts such as Lucas Vazquez (2024), Nacho (2023), Dani Carvajal (2025), Thibaut Courtois (2026), Karim Benzema (2023), Luka Modric (2022), and Fede Valverde ( 2027).

Those whose futures are uncertain are Marcelo, Isco and Gareth Bale, whose contracts expire in June 2022 and are likely to leave for sporting and economic reasons.

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