Ready for spending

Ready for spending

After obtaining the UEFA Champions League final against Liverpool we could see many comments in the social media highlighting an apparent austerity in Real Madrid. It is real?

It is true that in recent seasons there were other teams that disbursed large sums of money, much higher than what was invested by the merengues, who continue to make a lot of profit from past and relatively cheap acquisitions such as the multi-champions Luka Modric and Toni Kroos or from bets on young South Americans like Federico Valverde, Rodrygo Goes or Vinicius Junior who took off this year and were key pieces.

However, Florentino Pérez, boss of the most successful club on the planet, isn’t a man known for being afraid to spend money.

The biggest plan failed

The LaLIga and Champions League titles did not prevent Real Madrid from setting their sights on Kylian Mbappé, the most valious player in the world. The French star, after a los of negotiations, renewed his bond with Paris Saint Germain with many comforts and will continue looking for the first UCL for him and for the Parisian team.

Eyes remain on the Gallic country

Aurelién Tchouameni arrived at the Santiago Bernabéu for 80 million euros, the maximum amount paid by a Spanish club since the 2019/2020 season,  that was the last in which important purchases had been made.

Quick win

In January 2020, the French midfielder had left Girondins de Bordeaux to join Monaco for 18 million euros, which two years later won 62 million from the player who is part of Didier Deschamps’s list in the French senior team, who will seek the bi-championship in Qatar 2022.

Other interesting notes

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