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Real Madrid and the record time it has not spent on signings

The last transfer that the merengue box made was on January 20, 2020, the arrival of the Brazilian Reinier was announced. Since then, Florentino Pérez has not spent a single euro on hiring.

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During the history of Real Madrid under the command of Florentino Pérez, the time of the pass market used to become its red carpet to announce "bombings" that broke all economic criteria. However, in the last three windows, the meringues have been conspicuous by their absence, a more than unusual situation in which the remodeling of the Santiago Bernabéu has also been involved.

The last transfer for which they paid was on January 20, 2020, announcing the arrival of the Brazilian Reinier for 30 million euros. Since then, Real Madrid did not spend a single euro on transfers and they have not closed an incorporation involving a monetary investment for more than 530 days.

It should be noted that David Alaba -first hiring for next season-, arrived as a free player, a business that did not alter the finances of the multi-champion of the Champions League, waiting for Carlo Ancelotti to close with some reinforcement.

For now, the only way he could end this drought would be by closing the transfer of Kylian Mbappé or Erling Haaland. Two signings with which they would be willing to break once more in the market. From Valdebebas they take things slowly and do not want to destabilize their coffers, taking into account the millionaire investment they have been making for the remodeling of the Santiago Bernabéu stadium.

As has been happening in recent seasons, the only "signings" are the players who were on loan. This time it is the case of Martín Odegaard, Luka Jovic, Dani Ceballos, Gareth Bale, Takefusa Kubo, Brahim Díaz and Jesús Vallejo.

Alexis Almosnino

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