Not only Mbappe, Real Madrid’s Florentino Perez to sign the next Sergio Ramos

The Madrilean businessman will build a strong team for the next season

By Mario Perez

Florentino Perez could sign the next Sergio Ramos for Real Madrid.
Florentino Perez could sign the next Sergio Ramos for Real Madrid.
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Real Madrid’s president Florentino Perez continues immersed in the transfer market to find targets to sign for the next summer transfer market window, and after having practically sealed the arrival of Kylian Mbappe to the Madrilean team in the summer, he would have a new ace up his sleeve to strengthen Carlo Ancelotti’s team.

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In this sense, according to the Spanish media, the Madrilean president would be willing to create a top team for his coach by adding to the signing of Mbappe the signing of the next Sergio Ramos, which could massively help Ancelotti to shield the team’s defense, one of the weakest areas in the squad.

This new signing would have been advised by the reports made by Juani Calafat, the leader of Real Madrid’s sporting direction, who would have remained totally impressed by the performances of the player, who could soon receive an offer from the Whites to join them in the summer.

With his arrival, Real Madrid would have a player able to become the heir of Sergio Ramos, one of the most successful signings in the Whites given the performances the Spanish defender gave to the club since his signing from Sevilla in 2005 for $30 million.

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The player wanted by Real Madrid would be the Sevilla’s 20-year-old academy player Juanlu Sanchez, who has already made 29 appearances for the Andalusian senior team in this season and is considered one of the leaders of the next Spanish football generation. He plays as a right back, the position Sergio Ramos played in the Andalusian club at the start of his career, and already spoke about Real Madrid as “the biggest club in Spain or one of the biggest”, which could indicate that he wouldn’t have any problem to join the Whites in the summer.

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