Real Madrid transfer target prepared to stick with Tottenham Hotspur

According to reports in England, a Real Madrid transfer target is prepared to stick with Tottenham Hotspur, despite Real Madrid and PSG interest...
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Real Madrid is the most exciting club in the world with the most exciting talent. Next season, the excitement will only build as Kylian Mbappe and Endrick are joining, both players bringing with them plenty of energy and eagerness to play for the badge.

However, Carlo Ancelotti would still like to strengthen for the future. Real Madrid are in a transitional period, whereby they must now prepare for the future. Many club legends are on the brink of following Toni Kroos in retirement or Nacho Fernandez in moving elsewhere. Furthermore, Carlo Ancelotti is aware that he's not getting any younger, so he would like to bulletproof Real Madrid for after his retirement.

Real Madrid transfer target prepared to stick with Tottenham Hotspur

According to a report from HITC, Real Madrid's interest in a Tottenham Hotspur wonder-kid could be rendered as redundant. In case you missed it, Real Madrid would like to sign 16-year-old Tottenham midfielder Mikey Moore. However, Tottenham are confident he will overlook interest from Real Madrid and PSG to stick with Tottenham, as per HITC.

For Real Madrid, this is not a huge loss. After all, Moore was a signing in mind for the long-term future, not the immediate short-term. Therefore, Carlo Ancelotti and Florentino Perez are afforded more time to look at alternative options for the long-term future.

Of course, Mikey Moore cannot sign his first professional contract until his 17th birthday. Therefore, he has time to change his mind, so it's not over for Real Madrid. However, the Spanish capital are best to not loiter around this deal, particularly with Real Madrid interested in other Tottenham players, such as Cristian Romero.

After all, Tottenham is an exciting club for young players. Former Celtic boss Ange Postecoglou has steered the club on the right trajectory but he is aware that the project is more long-term in North London, hence his emphasis on promoting young players at the forefront.

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