The name Kylian Mbappe continues to attract attention. The French striker has now become a real monopoly of Real Madrid. With number 9 vacant following Frenchman Karim Benzema’s departure to Saudi Arabia, his compatriot is a big favorite to replace him. However, from the upper echelons of Chamartin’s team, they vehemently deny that they moved to sign him, while Paris Saint-Germain insist on their idea to close his exit.
In this situation, and with a transfer market month ahead, some media outlets are pointing out that things could speed up in the near future. However, this refrain has already sounded a few weeks ago, so nothing should be taken for granted as far as Mbappe’s future is concerned.
Four alternatives to follow
In this situation, from everyday Brand He offers four options that could be of interest to Real Madrid in the event that the signing of the French player is not achieved, some of which have previously been linked to the Whites. Thus, the first path is the path involving Dusan Vlahovic, the Juventus striker who Vecchia Signora He posted a transferable poster and revealed that he is now closely linked to Chelsea.
The Italians and the British are negotiating an exchange that includes the Serbian and Romelu Lukaku, as well as a sum of around 40 million euros from those in London. Another Serbian path is that of Aleksandar Mitrovic, the Fulham player who received a million-dollar offer from Arabia.
Who will be the new Real Madrid striker?
The third name on stage is the Portuguese Goncalo Ramos. Many consider the Portuguese heir to Cristiano Ronaldo, who was the protagonist of the last World Cup in Qatar thanks to his performance with the national team of his country. The main obstacle to signing him is about 80 million euros, which the always tough Benfica estimates his departure.
The last option is another old friend. This is the German international Timo Werner, the former Chelsea footballer who gave up the discipline of the London team last summer to return to his country and put on the RB Leipzig rubber band. To the author of 16 goals and 5 assists in 40 games last year, this route does not seem very feasible.