Real Madrid won their last UEFA Champions League competition, progressing them to the Round of 16 of the competition.
Real Madrid couldn't sign a player in the last summer transfer window, but, the Los Blancos are hoping to bring a new player into their squad in January, as they have been linked with some players recently.
However, Real Madrid has shortlisted 19-year old Welsh youngster as a potential transfer target in January, following a report that claims Neco Williams's recent fine form has attracted growing interest from Real Madrid.
19-year old Welsh starlet who has risen through the rank at Liverpool, play as a right-back defender for Liverpool, and he has played 9 matches for Liverpool FC this season.
Neco Williams could play as a right midfielder, aside being a natural right-back defender, however, his contract is expected to expire during the summer of 2025, and he is valued at €4m currently.
If Real Madrid could sign Neco Williams, he is likely to be serve the Los Blancos for long, given his tender age
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