Real Madrid’s board of directors has taken a decisive decision regarding Merengue’s entry into the upcoming winter transfer market.
According to the Spanish newspaper “Marca”, rumors have spread in recent days about Real Madrid’s desire to sign several players, and the news will get hotter as the Mercato date approaches, but Merengue officials have decided not to enter the transfer market next January.
The Spanish newspaper indicated that Carlo Ancelotti, Real Madrid’s coach, was the first to know about this decision, and that he will also work to address the gaps in the first team with players from the academy.
She explained that, so far, Real Madrid is also not moving to dispense with any player in the upcoming winter Mercato.
She stated that not entering the winter Mercato is one of the repeated features during the era of Florentino Perez, as he rarely included new players in January, because he does not believe in the importance of this period in transfers.
It was revealed that Nico Paz, one of the most prominent players in the Real Madrid academy who impresses Ancelotti, may get the opportunity to participate during the upcoming matches.