Real maldrid-presidents statement is good news for Chelsea on harzard

Real Madrid are to continue to focus on youth in their attempts to replace Cristiano Ronaldo and bring new blood into their squad according to club president Florentino Perez.

Speaking at a press conference organised to welcome Vinicius Junior to the Bernabeu, the 71-year-old praised the recruitment team’s latest signings and told fans to expect their recent approach to continue.

Real Madrid are to continue to focus on youth in their attempts to replace Cristiano Ronaldo and bring new blood into their squad according to club president Florentino Perez.

Speaking at a press conference organised to welcome Vinicius Junior to the Bernabeu, the 71-year-old praised the recruitment team’s latest signings and told fans to expect their recent approach to continue.

Previously, the 13-time European champions were known for splashing out on so-called ‘Galactico’ signings to provide a boost both on the pitch and in the marketing department.

However, they have not made a move for such a player since 2014 when James Rodriguez was purchased after a stand out tournament for Colombia at the 2014 World Cup in Brazil.

The former Porto and Monaco playmaker is currently at Bayern Munich in the middle of a two year loan spell but it was suggested that Real could return to their past behaviour in the transfer market to respond to the sale of Ronaldo to Juventus earlier this month.

Neymar and Chelsea’s Eden Hazard had been identified as potential successors to the Portuguese match-winner, although a move for the Brazilian has seemingly been ruled out as an option this summer.

Hence why the Blues have reportedly come under so much pressure with regards to the future of their Belgian winger. Fees in excess of £170million have already been bandied around as Real complete other deals in the window

Previously, the 13-time European champions were known for splashing out on so-called ‘Galactico’ signings to provide a boost both on the pitch and in the marketing department.

However, they have not made a move for such a player since 2014 when James Rodriguez was purchased after a stand out tournament for Colombia at the 2014 World Cup in Brazil.

The former Porto and Monaco playmaker is currently at Bayern Munich in the middle of a two year loan spell but it was suggested that Real could return to their past behaviour in the transfer market to respond to the sale of Ronaldo to Juventus earlier this month.

Neymar and Chelsea’s Eden Hazard had been identified as potential successors to the Portuguese match-winner, although a move for the Brazilian has seemingly been ruled out as an option this summer.

Hence why the Blues have reportedly come under so much pressure with regards to the future of their Belgian winger. Fees in excess of £170million have already been bandied around as Real complete other deals in the window

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