Real Madrid Transfer: Watch Real Madrid superstar sends transfer message to Liverpool after the reds showed interest; Los Blancos monitoring Chelsea forward
On Saturday, Real Madrid will play their final preseason match against Juventus at the Rose Bowl Stadium.
Before facing Eintracht Frankfurt in the UEFA Super Cup, manager Carlo Ancelotti wants to test his team against the Bianconeri.
Federico Valverde is being pursued by Liverpool in the meanwhile. Los Blancos are keeping an eye on a forward for Chelsea somewhere. On that basis, the following list of significant Real Madrid transfer news as of July 28, 2022:
Federico Valverde is reportedly a target for Liverpool, as reported by Nacional through Football 365.
The 23-year-old Uruguayan midfielder’s future at Real Madrid is still in question since Ancelotti isn’t totally sold on him.
Under the Italian, Valverde is not always a starter, and that is not likely to alter in the upcoming campaign.
The Uruguayan has had trouble breaking into the Santiago Bernabeu’s star-studded midfield. For Los Blancos, Luka Modric, Toni Kroos, and Casemiro have developed a premier midfield alliance.
They remain Ancelotti’s top pick going into the new campaign. Eduardo Camavinga and Aurelien Tchouameni have increased rivalry for spots at Real Madrid.
This summer, Valverde might be tempted to leave Liverpool in search of greener pastures, and they’d love to have him.
Numerous rumors assert that the Reds have completed their business for the summer, but it’s thought manager Jurgen Klopp wants more midfield help.
The German is a major Valverde fan and, should the opportunity arise, is prepared to fight tooth and nail to secure his signing.
Real Madrid monitoring Timo Werner
This summer, Timo Werner is anticipated to leave Stamford Bridge.
Timo Werner is being closely watched by Real Madrid, according to Mundo Deportivo via Caught Offside.
The German attacker is probably going to quit Chelsea this summer after losing Thomas Tuchel’s favor.
Since joining the Blues in the summer of 2020, the 26-year-old has had trouble settling in at Stamford Bridge. He might find his lost mojo again with a change in circumstances.
The powerhouse La Liga teams are apparently keeping an eye on him. After losing both Gareth Bale and Luka Jovic this summer, Ancelotti might be looking for forward reinforcements.
Karim Benzema, who is nearing the end of his career, may use Timo Werner as a backup.