Real Madrid's 2024 Summer Window Transfer Strategy Astonishing Plans Unveiled - Reports

Real Madrid is reportedly planning to make three significant signings in the upcoming summer of 2024. The club is also on the brink of finalizing a €70 million deal for 17-year-old Brazilian forward, Endrick, from Palmeiras.

Endrick’s arrival at Santiago Bernabeu is expected at the end of this season, as per reports from Relevo (h/t @MadridXtra). In addition to this promising talent, Real Madrid has its sights set on reinforcing their squad with a new right-back, a left-back, and PSG’s star player, Kylian Mbappe.

To fortify their left side of the defense, Real Madrid has identified Alphonso Davies from Bayern Munich as a prime target. Currently, Ferland Mendy and summer signing Fran Garcia occupy this position.

On the opposite flank, Los Blancos are looking to bolster their options for both the present and the future. With Daniel Carvajal (31) and Lucas Vazquez (32) entering their 30s, and Vazquez’s contract set to expire in June 2024, strengthening the right-back position is a priority.

Real Madrid opted not to sign a permanent No. 9 after Karim Benzema’s high-profile transfer to Al-Ittihad last summer. In Benzema’s absence, Carlo Ancelotti has employed a 4-1-2-1-2 formation, utilizing wingers in a two-man strike partnership.

Joselu, a 33-year-old forward, was acquired on an initial loan deal from Espanyol, with an option to make the transfer permanent next year.

Meanwhile, the long-standing speculation linking Kylian Mbappe to Real Madrid persists, especially with his current contract set to expire at the end of the ongoing season.

Mbappe, a 24-year-old French sensation, is widely regarded as one of the world’s premier football talents. His potential arrival in the capital of Spain could solidify Real Madrid’s No. 9 position for years to come.

Real Madrid could lose several players next year on free transfers

Real Madrid is confronted with the possibility of losing key players like Luka Modric, Toni Kroos, Andriy Lunin, Lucas Vazquez, and Nacho Fernandez to free transfers at the end of the season.

Modric, aged 38, and Kroos, aged 33, recently agreed to one-season contract extensions this summer, but the question lingers over their long-term commitment due to their reduced roles within the team. Lunin’s future prospects may hinge on the club’s decisions regarding Kepa Arrizabalaga in the coming months.

Kepa, the Spanish goalkeeper, arrived on a loan deal without an option to purchase during the recent summer transfer window, filling in for the injured Thibaut Courtois. It’s expected that Courtois will reclaim his starting position once he returns to full fitness.

Meanwhile, Kepa has expressed his desire to remain at the Bernabeu beyond his loan tenure. On the other hand, Nacho is reportedly contemplating a departure via a free transfer, as he remains behind David Alaba, Antonio Rudiger, and Eder Militao in the team’s pecking order.

Nacho, the 33-year-old Spaniard who currently serves as the club’s captain, has been a loyal servant to Real Madrid since 2007, making him a true one-club man.


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