Carlo Ancelotti is preparing for the design Real Madrid the team according to his demands The Italian is expected to bring in a few players to ensure Los Loscos shoots at all cylinders next season. The La Liga giants have suffered a disappointing 2020-21 campaign and expectations are high for the upcoming season.
Ancelotti will likely target a few of his former players this summer, but he will also keep an eye out for talent from around the world. Real Madrid will likely release a few of their current stars as they try to find a balance in the squad ahead of next season.
In that sense, let’s look at the most important stories about the transfer of Real Madrid from June 14, 2021.
The Premier League star is ruling on a proposed return to Real Madrid
James Rodriguez not sure about meeting Carlo Ancelotti again at Real Madrid this summer, Marca reports. A Colombian was brought Everton from the Italians last summer and enjoyed a decent season at Goodison Park. As Ancelotti leaves for the Santiago Bernabeu, it is rumored that James could follow the Italian and return to Los Blancos.
However, the Colombian is not too optimistic about returning to his old hunting ground. James even went on to admit that he would be happy to stay at Goodison Park for another year.
“Return to Real Madrid [to play] under Ancelotti? I don’t know, I don’t think so. We will see. If I stay another year at Everton, that’s fine, “said James Rodriguez.
Real Madrid enters the battle for the Portuguese ace of 60 million pounds
Real Madrid are ready to fight Manchester City for Portuguese left-back Nun Mendes, according to Hardware via Daily Mirror. The 18-year-old managed to score one goal and two assists from 35 appearances in the 2020-21 season and helped the Lions raise the league.
His fantastic form has caught the eye of Pep Guardiola, who wants to bring a teenager to the Etihad. The Premier League champions have begun talks with the player’s representatives, but have yet to launch his £ 60m release clause.
Los Blancos are now hoping to steal the march on the City before they do. Marcelo is already in the twilight of his career, and Real Madrid believes Mendes could be an ideal replacement for the Brazilian.
Sergio Ramos held a meeting with Florentino Perez
Sergio Ramos had a meeting with Real Madrid president Florentino Perez at the Valdebebas training ground on Friday, according to AS. It is rumored that the Spaniard may have talked to Perez about his future and may have accepted the agreement presented to him. They both seemed in a good mood after the meeting.
The current contract with the Real Madrid skipper expires at the end of this month and he was previously unwilling to accept the one-year extension offered to him.
Los Blancos were determined that the offer would not be revised and were even willing to let him go. Ramos reversed his decision earlier this month and should stay at the club.