The transfer market is not over yet, but Real Madrid is already planning for its near future, which is closely linked to the World Cup in Qatar, which will take place between November and December.
Florentino Perez and Carlo Ancelotti have already made it clear that they will not sign new deals this summer, following the arrival of Aurelien Chuamini and Antonio Rudiger.
This decision is mainly due to the fact that Real Madrid does not have free places for players from outside the European Union, which are currently occupied by the Brazilians Eder Militao, Vinicius Junior and Rodrygo Goes.
In addition, Real Madrid’s sporting directors want to wait for the Qatar World Cup 2022, to evaluate again in January the possibility of contracting a striker.
Real Madrid has cash and an offensive need, but with the players in the current market it has not been seen as essential.
Yes, the White Club officials understand that if a great star emerges in the World Cup, from names that are not considered “obvious” and who meet the specifications required as a young man, “controlled” personal life and quality as well as projection, they will bet on this emerging talent.
This Florentino Perez policy is not new, as it has in the past with successful deals such as Sami Khedira, James Rodriguez and Thibaut Courtois.
However, the big problem for Real Madrid may be the British teams or state-owned clubs, which are protected by Alexander Ceferin, who always supports those who face Real Madrid, as well as the UEFA fair play regulations that apply to a few, but not to those Who really violates the world football system.
Source: Defensa Central