Real Madrid are aiming to sign some pretty big names in football next.
After a year of not signing anyone, fans expect new faces to come in to improve performances next season.
The likes of Kylian Mbappe, Erling Haaland, Eduardo Camavinga or Paul Pobga won’t come cheap. Former Real president, Vicente Boluda believes the club should be careful about their expenditure during these trying times.
“This is not the time for fights and struggles to sign players, because in the end it’s Madrid who sign them,” Boluda told Radio MARCA when asked about the cost of signing players in the current market.
“Florentino Perez hasn’t paid for a single coffee out of his own money; everything is paid for by Madrid.
“It’s the same as when I was there; everything is paid for by the club, both signings and any expenses. I don’t think it’s the right time to force spending when the economic situation is dire.”
Sergio Ramos’ contract is due to end in another two months. Boluda still feels that his services should be renewed.
“Ramos is a special case and Madrid must be consistent with people who have given their lives to Madrid,” he stated. “These things should be rewarded and he should be treated with a special affection.”