NOT RODRYGO AND NOT BELLINGHAM-Real Madrid could sell one of their biggest attackers to the Premier League

The composition of Real Madrid’s team for the 2024/25 season is becoming increasingly thrilling, potentially surpassing the excitement of previous seasons.

Additional items Endrick and Kylian Mbappe aim to rejuvenate Carlo Ancelotti’s team and restore their dominance in European football.

With only one victory in the last five Champions League tournaments, it is likely that the focus will be on securing their 15th major trophy in the competition. However, the question remains whether their extensive and competitive squad depth will be advantageous or detrimental to their chances.

At FourFourTwo, we have chosen to thoroughly examine how each attacking talent that Real may acquire in the summer could potentially work against them, leading to a domino effect similar to what has been observed in the past.

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Recall when both Angel Di Maria and Mesut Ozil were transferred to the Premier League because they were deemed unnecessary? We believe that the incident may be occurring again.

Jude Bellingham has been a source of energy and excitement for Real Madrid this season, making him somewhat of a mystery. Since Karim Benzema has been transferred to the Middle East, the Spanish giants have occasionally depended only on the England international to save them with his energetic sprints into the penalty area and his crucial ability to score goals.

Regarding his future, it is highly likely that the former Birmingham City player would eventually come back to England and fulfill his lifetime aspiration of playing in the Premier League.

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Vinicius Jr, a talented Brazilian forward known for his exceptional goal-scoring ability, joined Real Madrid in 2018. However, he has had several off-field difficulties since then.

Due to ongoing racist abuse from his supporters, the 23-year-old has not dismissed the possibility of leaving Madrid in the near future. It is quite likely that he will choose to leave. The true question lies in the specific location where he would thrive the most. Would a transition to England align well with his preferred style of play? Is it possible for us to meet him in Germany or possibly even France?

“I believe I could remain at this club for the entirety of my professional career, however, Flamengo is the club that holds the utmost significance in my life,” he expressed to French daily L’Equipe in 2023.

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“I made a commitment to my father that I would return at some point.” I am obligated to uphold this commitment.


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