Spanish Super Cup confirms real madrid's plan

Spanish Super Cup confirms real madrid's plan

There is no mistake in the perception of the contracts concluded by Real Madrid in the recent past, the fact that the royal team depends on a different policy, which is to acquire young talent, to avoid the increase and inflation of prices in the transfer market, and also to secure the near future.

Real Madrid recently succeeded in crowning the Spanish Super Cup title, after victory in the final against Atlético Madrid on penalties, this is the first title for Real Madrid since the return of coach Zinedine Zidane to the technical staff.

Young talents illuminate Real Madrid's future:

According to the Spanish newspaper "Marca", football has changed in the last decade, with some clubs paying a lot of money to contract with the finest players, but Real Madrid continued to look at this situation from a distance, as Florentino Pérez was keen to capture young talent at low prices.

Real Madrid missed the Spanish Super Cup, for the services of Karim Benzema, Eden Hazard, and Gareth Bale, but Zinedine Zidane has included five midfielders Casemiro (6 million), Valverde (3 million), Isco (25 million), Modric (42 million) and Toni Kroos (25 million), all below the transfer price of Pogba To Manchester United.

Besides, one of them came from Brazil when he was immersed, Casemiro, another Uruguayan child, Valverde, and another from Germany after major fieldwork, as well as Modric and Isco.

In addition to these players, men such as Rodrigo, Vinicius, Mariano, and Jović appeared in Jeddah, all of whom were named by Johnny Calafat, head of the club's scouts, as did Ramón Martínez, who works within the first team's contracting machine.

In this process, there is also Odegaard, who will be part of the team next season, after his impressive performance with Real Sociedad, and there is also Takefusa Kubo and the new player Reinier Jesus.

At the end of the long list of contracts with future players who come without the Title of the Ballon d'Or, comes the Frenchman Kylian Mbappé who refuses to renew with Paris Saint-Germain to join Real Madrid.

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