Real Madrid closes to the winter market

The need to sign a striker before the end of the season does not seem to be a priority on the club’s agenda. real Madrid. It was announced that the white club has no intention of spending money in the next winter market.

January could have been a good time for Real Madrid to get the attacker they so desperately need since the departure of Karim Benzema. The arrival of Jude Bellingham is what keeps the team led by Carlo Ancelottibut although it is true that the English midfielder is the club’s scorer, a nine from the area is needed.

Rumors that Mauro Icardi was negotiating with Real Madrid, to land in the Spanish capital in January, were denied by Ancelotti himself.

According to information released by the Italian journalist Fabrizio Romano, Real Madrid will not hire anyone in January.

“No, there is no chance. We have planned a team in the summer and that is what we have. Everything else is good.” Ancelotti highlighted.

The white club has in mind to have the Brazilian Endrick for the following season. “We are happy for the progress that (Endrick) has shown, we just have to wait for him and he will be at Real Madrid starting in July,” said the coach.

Kroos with uncertain future

The continuity of the German Toni Kroos at Real Madrid will depend on what the player decides. The coach himself confessed his love for the midfielder, but he knows that perhaps he could leave the club.

“It feels very good. Her level is always the same. He plays well with (Fede) Valverde, with (Eduard) Camavinga, with (Enmanuel) Tchouaméni…”, Ancelotti highlighted.

Valverde is fundamental for Real Madrid

Real Madrid’s Italian coach Carlo Ancelotti appeared before the media on Friday, the eve of Granada’s reception on the 15th round of LaLiga, and highlighted the role of Uruguayan ‘Fede’ Valverde, whom he considers “fundamental.”

“It’s difficult to say where he contributes the most,” began Ancelotti, who acknowledged that he was facing a “very complete midfielder.”

“He contributes a lot in many facets,” continued the Italian. “He scores goals, puts energy into the game and has quality. He is a fundamental piece for us.”

In addition to the Uruguayan, Ancelotti also praised his midfield partner, Englishman Jude Bellingham, after confirming that he is available for the match despite ankle discomfort suffered against Naples.

“His adaptation to the locker room has been very good. He is a very humble boy,” he stated about Bellingham’s impact on the white locker room.

Another player who is taking his first steps with the first team is the Argentine Nico Paz, who is “doing very well.”

“He had a leading role in the game,” declared Ancelotti about Paz’s goal against Naples on Wednesday (4-3 victory). “The youth players who are with us are ready to play.”