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Real Madrid's Monumental Transfer Future and Injury Woes

by Christian Milan

Paris Saint-Germain's Kylian Mbappe celebrates his team's victory against RC Lens in a French L1 match at Stade Bollaert-Delelis in Lens, northern France on Jan. 14, 2024. (Sameer Al-Doumy/AFP/Getty Images/TNS)

Real Madrid’s 2023-2024 season has been a rollercoaster season, to say the least. Injuries have plagued the club since the beginning of the season and news surrounding Mbappe has been looming since last summer. 


The club has suffered key injuries with players like David Alaba, Eder Militao, Thibaut Courtois and Jude Bellingham going down for them. Through these injuries, the club has managed to still sit stop LaLiga and currently has a 10 point lead over Girona and an 8 point lead over Barcelona.


Manager Carlos Ancelotti has had to change formations and tactics to make up for the injuries suffered, but it is apparent that the manager has no issue with using players in unusual ways.


Transfers?

Kylian Mbappe has been the topic of conversation for a long time for this club. His apparent unhappiness with PSG culminated in last summer's transfer window and many thought that he was on his way out. Real Madrid seemed like the clear option due to the club’s winning history and their ability to pay him fairly. While no final action was taken during this, it is becoming increasingly likely that Mbappe will join the club. This is because Mbappe himself has informed PSG that he will not be returning next year. Many wait in anticipation to see where the French star will go in the coming season but don’t be surprised if Madrid adds him to their already electric attacking front.


Another possible transfer is that of Alphonso Davies. The star has been rumored to want to join Madrid and again has the money and history to entice him.


Madrid has been finding success all season but has a chance to set up their future this offseason. Their team will also recover health-wise to bring back the necessary players. The only way is up for Madrid now.

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