Bayern Munich CF Robert Lewandowski
Robert Lewandowski is someone who’s among the top-5 players in the world, even at the age of 34, and can be a great signing for a lot of clubs. His agent Pini Zahavi has mentioned in the public that the Polish international wants to leave Bayern Munich, and FC Barcelona has been trying very hard to acquire the striker’s services.
Lewandowski is at the top of Real Madrid’s list as well, as per Tomas Gonzalez Martin. But the club shouldn’t look to sign him, and signing him will prove to be a decision made out of panic. The club already has the best player in the world, Karim Benzema, playing as their striker, and signing another striker in his thirties and on high wages wouldn’t make sense. Lewandowski had his chance to come to Real Madrid in 2014, but what’s done is done, and even the club should refrain from showing interest in the Polish striker.
Tottenham Hotspur CF Harry Kane
Harry Kane is a name that has been regularly linked to Real Madrid for the past few years. But not a lot has happened except for links from time to time. The option of signing a fantastic goalscorer and an excellent playmaker in Harry Kane might be an attractive one, but Real Madrid shouldn’t even think of signing Kane.
The club already has a legendary striker in Karim Benzema, who can offer a lot more than the younger and injury-prone Kane can offer. The reality is different from what Micah Richards thinks, and the club shouldn’t consider the option of signing a player for whom Daniel Leavy might demand more than 200 million pounds.
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Manchester United CF Cristiano Ronaldo
Real Madrid’s search for a goalscorer began the day Cristiano Ronaldo, one of the club’s biggest legends, left the club in 2018. After his exit, the club looked to build a project with young players forming the core of the team. The team got youngsters like Vinicius Jr and Rodrygo Goes to make them future stars. But the club still needs a goalscorer, with mission Mbappe failing.
After four years, the answer to that search initiated by Ronaldo’s exit shouldn’t be Ronaldo, who’s been linked with a return to Real Madrid yet again. He’s going strong at the age of 37, but the club shouldn’t look back and move on from the option of bringing back Ronaldo. It is time to build the team for the future, and a short-term prospect like Ronaldo, who’s a striker or a left-winger and not what the club needs right now, shouldn’t be considered by the club.