Real Madrid is undoubtedly the most successful club in Europe. Real Madrid is always known for cultivating young talents and making superstars. In recent years, Real Madrid has signed the top talents around the globe and developed them into a bonafide superstar. Vini Jr., Rodrygo, Freddy Valverde, Camavinga, and most recently Arda Gular a prime examples of it.
Real Madrid president Florentino Perez is known as the king of the transfer market. He managed to sign top players like Cristiano Ronaldo, Karim Benzema, Ozil, Di Maria, and recently Jude Bellingham- most of them proved to be a superstar signing for the club.
For a long time, Real Madrid has been running behind a world-class left winger, Kylian Mbappe from PSG to enhance the quality of their squad. But now it seems Kylian Mbappe’s to Real Madrid move is nothing but a sweet dream for Real fans. As an alternative, Madrid now sets eye on Manchester United’s young left winger, Alejandro Garnacho.
Garnacho has been one of the top young prospects for the Red Devils. His pace, skill, and quality on the left flank not only attracted Carlo Ancelotti but also forced Lionel Scaloni to give him a place in the Argentina National Team.
As per a report published by Fichajes, Real Madrid is closely monitoring Garnacho for the winter transfer window. It is reported that Real’s scouting head Juni Calafat personally monitoring Garnacho’s movement.
Alejandro Garnacho is not a stranger to Spain as he was born in Madrid in 2004. Before moving to Manchester United, Garnacho played a few matches for Real’s rival club Atletico Madrid’s youth squad.
United boss Eric Ten Hag personally loves Garnacho in the squad as he included Garnacho in the team at just 19 years of age. Garnacho has also signed a contract extension with Manchester United till 2028. It won’t be an easy task for Real Madrid to sign him. But when you are the most successful club in European Football, not many young players can decline your offer. Maybe Garnacho will accept Real’s offer as his icon Cristiano Ronaldo also moved to Real Madrid from the same club.