Real Madrid Considering Replacements as Rodrygo's Future Hangs in the Balance


Real Madrid Considering Replacements as Rodrygo’s Future Hangs in the Balance

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Real Madrid is contemplating parting ways with their winger, Rodrygo, as they aim to reinforce their attacking lineup, according to Sport.

Rodrygo, the Brazilian international, has had a lackluster season with just one goal and one assist in 11 appearances, leaving his future at Real Madrid uncertain. While his abilities are undisputed, the LaLiga club is eager to bolster their offensive options, potentially putting Rodrygo’s place at the Santiago Bernabéu in jeopardy.

Furthermore, Rodrygo’s recent remarks expressing his dissatisfaction with playing as a striker have not been well-received by Real Madrid. During his time with the national team, he commented, “I’ve always emphasized my preference for playing on the wings—I’m not comfortable as a No. 9, despite having to do so at my club.

Here in the national team, I have the freedom to roam across the field, which has benefited my game.”

In July 2024, Brazilian prodigy Endrick is poised to join Real Madrid for €72 million, bolstering the attacking choices at Carlo Ancelotti’s disposal. The club remains keen on securing a deal for Paris Saint-Germain forward Kylian Mbappé, whose contract with the French champions is set to expire at the end of the season, although progress has been slow.

Additionally, reports suggest that striker Erling Haaland is still on Real Madrid’s radar, even as Manchester City seeks to extend his contract.

Should Real Madrid decide to part with Rodrygo, they could command a substantial transfer fee for his services, presenting an enticing prospect for the club as they consider the possibility of offloading the winger in the near future.


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