The 2022 summer transfer window is certainly going to be an exciting one, especially for Real Madrid fans. Los Blancos have not had a big transfer window since the 2019 summer but could land several big names next year to bolster the squad.
I have made a list of five possible free agents that Real Madrid could target next summer and sign them for free. The following players have been ranked regarding the importance and value they would bring to the team if they were signed in 2022. Let’s have a look at some of the names on the list.
Like Fati, Barcelona are at risk of losing another ridiculous young talent with Pedri, one of the stars of the Euros, also out of contract with no shortage of admirers.
LEON GORETZKA - BAYERN MUNICH
Bayern will be eager to keep hold of Goretzka, who has blossomed into a fine central midfielder and amateur bodybuilder over the past few years.
But competition for places at the German juggernaut is perennially intense and, although Goretzka was a first-team regular last season, the Germany international’s future at the club remains uncertain.
PAULO DYBALA- JUVENTUS
After six trophy-laden years, it will not be a surprise to see the 27-year-old swap jerseys and prefer a move elsewhere if he opts to finish his current contract, which ends next year. He would be looking for a spot where he can have a much more prominent role facilitating the attack. Still in his prime, he can be a valuable addition to several top teams especially if they can bring out his best.
ANTONIO RUDIGER – CHELSEA
Real Madrid Chelsea are keeping tabs on the star Antonio Rudiger According to astonishing reports, his potential move in 2022 is ahead.
Rudiger has started in all seven Premier League games for Chelsea in Tudu as Thomas Tuchel’s men sit at the table. The 28-year-old has established himself as a crucial first-team player under German center-back Tuchel, who sees Rudiger in his long-term plans at Chelsea. However, the Spanish newspaper ABC Madrid is reporting that Rudiger is monitoring the situation and will take action if he fails to sign a new contract.
PAUL POGBA – MANCHESTER UNITED
On his day, Paul Pogba is arguably the world’s best attacking midfielder, becoming a crucial member of Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s Manchester United team. His importance to United is so great that Solskjaer has even taken to playing him out of position on the wing just to get him into the starting line-up. Pogba has already notched seven assists in seven Premier League games so far this season, including four in the hammering of Leeds on the opening day of the season. But the Frenchman has long agitated for a departure from Old Trafford and it appears unlikely he will sign a new deal with the Red Devils.
KYLIAN MBAPPE – PARIS SAINT-GERMAIN
All the noise coming out of Paris Saint-Germain suggests that Kylian Mbappe will not be extending his deal. Expect a transfer tug of war the likes of which he have never seen before over the coming months. It's anyone's guess who will win. If we had to guess we'd say Real Madrid with end up scooping the generational talent.
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