The leaders of Real Madrid are planning a concrete offer for the services of the bomber of Manchester City, Erling Haaland. The Spaniards are looking to bring a number of young talents to the Bernabeu, including Jude Bellingham, in an attempt to form a new generation of superstars.
The Spanish club is looking for a worthy replacement for Karim Benzema, who is at the end of his career. Although Kylian Mbappe has always been at the top of president Perez's wish list, it seems things have changed recently, and the Galacticos will shift their focus to Haaland.
Coach Carlo Ancelotti is also expected to leave in the summer, despite the squad's balance at the end of the season, paving the way for a significant transition at the team. Meanwhile, as far as Haaland is concerned, Manchester City is expected to make things difficult for the Spaniards, but there is a belief in Madrid that the leaders can take advantage of the confused situation that City is going through, in relation to the accusations of violations of financial rules.
If the "citizens" are punished for these violations, Haaland risks playing football in Champions League, and this can bring the striker closer and closer to Santiago Bernabeu. It was initially thought that Real president Florentino Perez would wait until next year's market to make a move for Haaland, but in Madrid there is a belief that the move could be made this year.
Haaland has scored a total of 27 goals in 25 matches so far with the "citizens". The performances on an individual level have undoubtedly been outstanding, but even so, there are still many voices who are not convinced that the Norwegian has made Manchester City a better team this season. The player was very close to a move to Spain last summer, but eventually chose England as his next destination.