In the last pass market Real Madrid let go of one of its most important pieces in midfield: Casemiro. From the leadership of Manchester United they surprised by disbursing 70 million euros to keep the services of the Brazilian. Despite this loss, the White House started the season on the right foot and showed that they still have a competitive squad.
Casemiro has been a substitute at Manchester United (Photo: REUTERS).
Luka Modric and Toni Kroos are the old guard players who continue in the club, while Federico Valverde, Eduardo Camavinga and Aurélien Tchouameni They are the next generation of talent. They are 24, 19 and 22 years old, respectively, and Merengue secured top-level midfielders for a decade. not satisfied with it, They are already thinking about Casemiro’s successor.
Florentino Pérez has his eyes set on a midfielder called to be the next star of Brazilian soccer. Is about Joao Gomes, a 21-year-old Flamengo player who is already closely followed by various important teams in Europelike Liverpool and Manchester United. According to different reports, Real Madrid is the one with the most advantage to close the transfer in the next transfer markets.
Joao Gomes marking Willian in the Copa Libertadores (Photo: AP).
Joao Gomes marking Lucas Pratto in the Copa Libertadores (Photo: AP).
RENEWAL AND VALUE IN THE MARKET
“Liverpool is a team I would play for. I really want to play,” said Joao Gomez in an interview with ESPN. Furthermore, he added: “Playing in the Champions League is my biggest dream in football.” However, Martín Liberman responded to a post on Twitter and wrote: “I have information that he is very close to Real Madrid. The White House would pay 30 million euros for him“.
From the leadership of Flamengo they know that they have a promising player in their ranks and they decided to renew her contract a few days ago. Before he had a bond until 2025, now extended it until 2027 and valued it at 30 million euros. Real Madrid wants to follow in the footsteps they did with Vinicius and Rodrigo a few years ago, signings that didn’t go wrong at all…