Real Madrid might have to drop their interests in Liverpool starlet, Mohamed Salah after hearing his statements to Soccer Laduma. “Well, I have heard so many rumours it does not bother me anymore. But I have been treated very well at Liverpool and right now, I belong to Liverpool and I am happy at Anfield. Let us leave it at that.”
This is not exactly a complete nail in the coffin but judging by the Egyptian’s words may be the Galacticos are well off pursuing someone else. The club is ready to offload a few players to make way for the highly talented Neymar from Brazil.
Cristiano Ronaldo’s terms with the club have also soured over the past few weeks and the five-time Balon d’Or winner is looking to make a return to the Premier League. Obviously, this is a huge concern for Galactico fans who are just observing their rivals, Barcelona bolster their own squad ranks with big money signings. Not only has the title slipped out of their hands this season, chances of winning the Champions League trophy is looking more unlikely as the days progress.They need to prepare for the possibility of losing their best player in a shock transfer and should consider the prospects of the following talents.
Christian Pulisic (Borussia Dortmund):
If Salah is not available, Madrid can look to rival Liverpool’s £100m offer for the Borussia Dortmund winger. Pulisic is still just 19 years old and is already a first team regular in the USA national team. Blessed with blinding pace of the wings, the Pennsylvania-born attacker is a prolific talent and currently displaying promises of future stardom.
Eden Hazard (Chelsea):
Hazard’s contract situation with Chelsea is drawing heavy speculation from all media outlets after his father admitted that the Belgian international had already rejected one. He is supposedly holding out for a call-up from the bosses at Santiago Bernabeu and is very eager to take the next step in his professional career.
This places Madrid in an ideal spot to land the 27-year-old’s signature and field him in Ronaldo’s position on the left wing.
Alexis Sanchez (Arsenal):
A former Barcelona player who is very unsettled at his current club is one of the best South American talents on the market right now. Although Manchester United and Manchester City are in the pole position to land the Chilean’s services, the £40m price tag set by Arsenal will be more than optimal for the La Liga giants to match.
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