“We are very happy, but nobody forgets all the people who suffered and who died”, he said at the microphone of Zero Wave, still marked by the coronavirus crisis, adding that “Life will never be the same, on all levels. “ Following this tribute, the journalists then discussed the near future of Real: the transfer window. As every year, the Parisian Kylian Mbappe (21) is announced as the priority of the people of Madrid. Without forgetting the young midfielder of Stade Rennais Eduardo Camavinga (17 years old).
No big transfers this summer
Regarding the first city, the latest echoes from the Spanish capital however indicated that Real would prefer to wait until 2021 before tackling this issue. On the other hand, Zidane would be very hot at the idea of enrolling the nugget of the SRFC this summer. Amounts between € 50 million and € 70 million have even been mentioned. But last night, Perez whistled the end of recess and speculation.
“There will be no major transfers this summer. “ An announcement that did not fail to tickle the journalists who then relaunched it on the Mbappe file. “It can wait.” It is very difficult to ask players to lower their wages for after making a big transfer. Madrid will recruit when it can deal with this kind of thing. “ That has the merit of being clear.
Rent Florentino Perez confirms in @ElTransistorOC that there will be no major signings this summer and remembers the victims of the coronavirus https://t.co/6AHSXKR6nq
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