SHOCKING NEWS: coming from Fabrizio Romano Real Madrid wants to make another galactico signing after Kylian Mbappe agreed to join the club and with Jude Bellingham showing the world his talent Real Madrid wants to add one more magnificent player to the team and has identified Bundesliga and German machine as the next signing. The player has rejected a new contract with his team as he prefer a move to Santiago Bernabeu. ” real Madrid is the biggest team in the world when they come for you its really hard to turn their proposal down and the feeling of playing in front of their fans is magical and also i want to play with Jude Bellingham that guy is a wizard (laughs) I am ready to move i want to be part of the real Madrid journey.

The possible move of Alphonso Davies to Real Madrid may clear the path for Kylian Mbappe to join the Santiago Bernabeu.


Real Madrid is always searching for the next “Galactico,” and it appears they have found one in Jude Bellingham, who joined from Borussia Dortmund in July for €103 million and has scored 15 goals in 17 games.

However, Mbappe has long been Florentino Perez’s top target, and when the season ends, his contract with Paris Saint-Germain will still be unlocked.

Real Madrid also has their eye on Davies, a young player from Bayern Munich who is thought to have the potential to be the best left-back in the world, if he isn’t already.

Bayern ‘want to avoid the Alaba case’ Bayern would prefer to facilitate a transfer with specific players used as makeweights in order to avoid finding themselves in a situation similar to PSG, where they could lose the Canadian on a free transfer in 2025.

Regarding the Austrian’s free transfer to Madrid in 2021, Luis Alberto Lopez of Defensa Central writes, “Bayern want to avoid the [David] Alaba case.” “Bayern could present Real with a simple exchange between Rodrygo and Davies, or one with Nico Paz plus money.”

If Rodrygo were to depart for Bayern, Bellingham would not be as protected in Real’s lineup, as Mbappe and Vinicius Junior would share one of the two attacking spots.

Meanwhile, the likelihood of Davies leaving Bayern would seem to be increasing. Prior to the sporting director’s firing, he had agreed terms with Hasan Salihamidzic; however, he is reportedly now demanding €15 million annually.

Davies would still only be paid €10 million a year, €10 million less than England captain Harry Kane, for being the 10th highest paid player in Bavaria, but he would surpass another summer arrival, former Napoli player Kim Min-jae.

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