Real Madrid are considering improving their midfield, having seen Lucas Modric becoming of age in the Los Blancos squad.
The 23 years old midfielder, who is valued in the region of €40m by Transfermarkt, has been in a great form for Juventus this season and has been able to establish himself as a key components of the Serie A squad, playing 40 games for Juventus and also provided 4 assists in the process.
However, Real Madrid midfield could be in a mess in the coming years and recruitment are essentially needed, with Isco future being uncertain, as he has been heavily linked with a move to the Premier League, while Lucas Modric and Casemiro becoming of age and lastly, Toni Kross also in his thirties.
Real Madrid as a result have been strongly linked with several midfielder like Gabriel Menino of Palmeiras, Eduardo Camavinga of Rennes, with the latest being 23 years old Uruguay midfielder Rodrigo Bentancur of Juventus .
Real Madrid will however have to meet the 23 years old Bentancur asking price, before they could be allow to secure the services of the Uruguayan midfielder.
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