Real Madrid are expected to have a big summer in 2022, with so many big-name players linked with a transfer to the LaLiga giants. Madrid, along with Atletico Madrid and Real Sociedad, currently top the Spanish league and have had a great start to the season.
Carlo Ancelotti's team has had a different tale in the Champions League, with the 13-time champions suffering a shocking defeat to Sheriff. Sergio Ramos joined Paris Saint-Germain on a free transfer, giving Madrid a mixed summer transfer market. Raphael Varane and Martin Odegaard joined Manchester United and Arsenal, respectively, for nearly £70 million in player sales.David Alaba joined on a free transfer from Bayern Munich, while Eduardo Camavinga, a highly rated France teenager, cost them close to £28 million.
Despite the fact that Kylian Mbappe was nearing the final year of his contract, they made two massive offers for him, but PSG refused to accept any bids. The club might have a big transfer window next summer, with some of Europe's best players arriving. Mbappe, Kylian
Mbappe is expected to depart PSG on a free transfer in the summer, with Real Madrid leading the race to get him. The France international revealed that he had requested to leave the Ligue 1 club, but that his request was turned down.his request was denied.
In January, when the player is allowed to sign a pre-contract deal with another club, Madrid president Florentino Perez hinted that something may be done.
Another player that Madrid could get on a free transfer next summer is Paul Pogba. The Red Devils want a decision on his future made by Christmas to avoid the problem hanging over them for the rest of the season, when they are hoping to compete for trophies.
Sterling's press comments have fueled speculation over his future, with the player admitting that he would prefer more playing time. He also stated that he would be open to moving abroad, which has led to his signature being linked to Madrid.
How Real Madrid could line-up in 2022 if they sign Mbappe, Sterling and Pogba …
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