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Paralyzes Manchester, the top striker Real Madrid plans to sign ahead Mbappe

The Madrilean team ready to go for a Premier League star instead of the Frenchman

By Mario Perez

Real Madrid could sign a top player from Manchester.
Real Madrid could sign a top player from Manchester.
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Real Madrid could have gotten tired of waiting for the resolution of Mbappe’s saga, as the Frenchman would be reluctant to face PSG at this moment of the season to announce internally his departure to the Madrilean team, which would have fed up the Whites enough to seek for new alternatives in the market.

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In this sense, according to the Real Madrid fans site Defensa Central, La Liga club would be ready to acquire a new striker to make them forget Mbappe, as the manager Carlo Ancelotti would have already identified a new target for the position and would have agreed with Florentino Perez that an iconic Premier League star would be the great name to add to the Whites’ forward line for the next season.

In this respect, it would be worth remembering that the first request of Ancelotti would have been Karim Benzema, whose signing would have been rejected by Florentino Perez, who now would be absolutely convinced to please his manager with the signing of a top striker who is exciting the football fans in the city of Manchester.

The idea could paralyze the Mancunian fans, who have become huge admirers of the player, and Real Madrid could break hearts with the player’s signing in the next few months to create an elite attack for the next campaign.

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This player would be none other than Rasmus Hojlund, who would have been the main appointed player by Carlo Ancelotti to sign instead of Mbappe or Haaland. The youngness of the Danish striker and his scope to improve would be greatly valued at Real Madrid, who could profit from the weak finances of Manchester United and would have already sent scouts to Villa Park to watch the player in the game facing Manchester United against Aston Villa.

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