Real Madrid are “positioning” themselves to sign world-class player in 2023

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Real Madrid have made two fantastic acquisitions in the summer transfer window, and it seems like, at least for now, there aren’t going to be any more signings. At least until some sales are completed.

But, that doesn’t mean the grind stops. Real are constantly trying to improve their team, and they believe that by signing a certain player in 2023, their midfield would reach unimaginable levels, which would be needed because Toni Kroos and Luka Modric would need more and more rest, and soon after, they will be gone.

Real Madrid, according to MARCA, look at their midfield and see something lacking, which is why they’re trying to position themselves to sign Jude Bellingham in 2023.

According to the report, the club bets on him for the future, and they don’t think the player will renew with Dortmund.

Real Madrid want to get players that could repeat the unrepeatable that Luka Modric, Toni Kroos and Casemiro achieved, and for that, Bellingham is important. At least, they believe him to be.

Bellingham would be a fantastic addition, but he would cost Real Madrid 100m euros

I guess the club still has a lot of money left from the failed Mbappe transfer, but, one thing I don’t really understand is why they think they need Bellingham so much. I mean, the Englishman would definitely make things a lot better for Real Madrid. He’s an excellent player, and he’s only going to get better. But, Real’s midfield for the future, as it currently stands, is fantastic as well.

Fede Valverde, Eduardo Camavinga, and Aurelien Tchouameni are an incredible trio, and they haven’t even played a minute together. Bellingham would add to that but I think that if Real are truly thinking about the future, they’d also consider the attack as a position that requires reinforcement.

Benzema will not be a top-level player in, say, four years’ time, and they’d need to sign a replacement before that.

If they do sign Bellingham, one of Fede Valverde or Eduardo Camavinga will be dropped, because let’s be real, Real won’t play four midfielders at all times. I don’t know if I am ready for them to be benched. Valverde loves this club dearly, but he’s earned his spot, and Camavinga is on his way to doing just that as well. Who would you drop for Bellingham?

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We know that the creative side of things will improve if Bellingham is signed, but at whose expense is the biggest question I have. But, it’s a year from now, and Real are going to face a lot of competition from a lot of top clubs, so even if they intend to sign him, it doesn’t mean that they’ll actually end up getting him. They might, but they might not.