The transfer window is getting close and the most successful club in European and Spanish football is looking to strengthen its squad so that they can add more silverware in their massively impressive trophy room.
Real brought back Zinedine Zidane on the bench after a departure at the end of 3 consecutive Champions League titles. An amazing feat, Los Blancos became the first team that won back to back European Cups since the new format of the competition was implemented.
Right now, after a slow start to the season, they are starting to get into shape, the team playing better and better every match, but some fresh blood is needed and Florentino Perez will not turn down any request from the French manager regarding transfers.
Let’s see the top names that can join Real Madrid during the winter transfer window.
- Kai Havertz
The German wonder is on the radar of big clubs in Europe. Reports claim that Liverpool and Bayern are also keeping their eyes on the 20-year-old Leverkusen midfielder. Being able to play everywhere in the midfield line, the top quality wonderkid would be a perfect addition in a team that also features Toni Kroos in the starting lineup
FootballCoin season points: 293
Well, well, well, what we have here? The best holding midfielder in the world, the Frenchman, World Champion, Premier League winner and Premier League player of the season. These are the honours that recommend the incredible Kante as a key target for Real, a team looking to regain the UCL trophy. Playing Kante alongside Casemiro and Kroos could prove to be the key to success for the Spanish giants.
FootballCoin season points: 169
Another World Champion with France appears on the list. Having had a start of the season that was ruined by injury, Pogba still stands high in Zidane’s eyes, Real pushing strong to bring the one that at some point was the most expensive player in the world to the Santiago Bernabeu.
FootballCoin season points: 158
- Raheem Sterling
It is almost impossible to buy from Manchester City at the moment, but remember we that are talking about Real Madrid and their plan to rebuild the Galacticos, so proposing an offer that includes Gareth Bale and a big amount of money can bring the English winger to Madrid.
FootballCoin season points: 339
- Christian Eriksen
Tottenham’s midfield maestro seems determined to leave, even after Mourinho’s arrival as manager of Spurs. Denied another contract extension, Eriksen is seeking a transfer to Real Madrid this winter. His current contract at Tottenham will expire at the end of the season which means Spurs will have to sell him in January 2020 as not to lose the player for free.
FootballCoin season points: 213
All the football fantasy fans should keep the eyes open in the transfer window, the transfers can decide the further standings of your drafts in FootballCoin competitions.