Big clubs like Real Madrid are no stranger to signing marquee players. As such, Erling Haaland is surely on their radar.
There's clearly a lack of quality strikers at Real Madrid. As Karim Benzema prefers to drop deep in some games, the Whites may not be afraid about this very offensive formation that would actually look like a 4-2-3-1 sometimes, with Haaland as the main man upfront.
Here's Madrid probable line up if the Norwegian comes next summer:
Benzema could partner the youngster upfront in a 4-4-2 formation. This will surely be one of the most prolific duo in football if it eventually happens.
Brazilian youngster, Rodrygo and Lucas Vazquez might play in the flanks while Toni Kroos and Casemiro occupy the double pivot position.
If Ramos and Varane extend their contract next summer, we should expect to see the iconic defensive partnership alongside Carvajal at RB while Mendy stays as LB.
See illustration below:
What are your thoughts about this line up?
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