Former Real Madrid midfielder Michel feels that the Los Blancos should not spend their entire transfer amount on Erling Haaland.
He admits that though Haaland is great, Madrid would be better off dividing the budget between four to give players, instead of one.
“I like Haaland a lot and he’s progressing very well. He scores goals from all over the pitch, not just in the area.
“But Madrid need an injection of four or five players. In the last two years they’ve lost in the second round of the Champions League. They need more stability and that’s achieved by strengthening the squad.”
“It’s surprising that a coach [Zidane] who has won three Champions League titles in a row has never had a consensus on his ability as a coach,” added Michel.
“He’s always solved complicated situations.
“I don’t think I have problems with giving [Ramos] a two-year deal, but it can’t be at any price.
“If you don’t renew his deal you have to find another Ramos, not just on the field but also in the dressing room.”
However, Borussia Dortmund director Michael Zorc has denied any move connected to any club, let alone to Real Madrid, just a few days earlier.
“We plan for the long term with Erling. [Rumours] do not have to be dealt with at all.
“I will see him with us for a long time.”
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