“Munching in Madrid’s Plan after Bellingham Signing: Swapping Out Hazard and Fishing for Solutions in Germany – Perplexed Yet Bursting with Anticipation!”
Real Madrid is currently in negotiations with Borussia Dortmund for Jude Bellingham, with a potential agreement to be reached soon after the German team officially clinches its Bundesliga title. However, this isn’t enough for Madrid’s board, who are looking to reinforce their squad by signing more players after their defeat against Manchester City in the Champions League semi-finals.
To start, Real Madrid wants to sign a defender to allow Eduardo Camavinga to play as a midfielder in the upcoming season. The Spanish side plans to negotiate with Bayern Munich for Benjamin Pavard and Alphonso Davies, two players that Carlo Ancelotti is interested in, although the transfer of the latter would be much more expensive than that of the former.
Additionally, Real Madrid is considering signing a new striker to replace Karim Benzema, with Tottenham’s Harry Kane being a possibility if they agree to swap with Eden Hazard, who has no playing time under Ancelotti. The Belgian could potentially play a key role in Real Madrid’s summer transfer window negotiations. The board has already started work on their new signings and is making financial efforts to bolster their attack and fortify their squad.