What To Expect From Real Madrid During January Window

Real Madrid came from the Spanish word “Real Madrid Club de Fútbol,” meaning Royal Madrid Football Club is a Spanish football club based in Madrid. This club was found on 6 March 1902 and traditionally worn a white home kit. Its home-ground is Santiago Bernabeu Stadium, and its capacity is 81044. Real is one of the most famous teams in the world. It is also one of the highest-earning football clubs in the world. Real Madrid holds many rivalries, including El Clasico with Barcelona and El Derbi with Atletico Madrid.

This club has won 66 trophies, including 19 Copa del Ray, a record number of 34 La Liga titles, 11 Supercopa de Espana, a Copa de la Liga, and a Copa Eva Duarte in domestic football. Real Madrid has won 26 trophies in European and worldwide competitions; two UEFA Cups, 13 European Cups/UEFA Champions League titles, and four UEFA Super Cups. This club has received seven club world championships in international football, a record for a club. This club was recognized as the FIFA Club of the 20th century.

Real Madrid is second in the league table this season. They have great players and are a balanced team. But, some players are most likely to leave the club. Madrid midfielder Isco is not getting regular playing time and is expected to sign for Arsenal or Sevilla. Sergio Ramos’s contract has been expired. He may also leave for PSG. So, Real Madrid has to sign some new players for the team. Karim Benzema is the only dependent forward in Real Madrid. But he is getting old. So, Zidane is interested in signing Kylian Mbappe or Erling Haaland. They both are doing great for their teams. Mbappe is one of the star-players in PSG and Haaland is a goal machine for Dortmund. To replace Karim Benzema, Zidane should either sign Mbappe or Haaland.

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