Real Madrid have began their preparation for next season as they look forward to boosting their performance by signing marquee players this summer. The Galacticos are on a brink of going trophyless this season, after making zero additions last summer. The club attributed their inability to land marquee players to their lingering financial debt which has limited the club's spending capacity. However the club is poised to make the necessary augmentations before next season begins.
The club has already been linked with Paris Saint-Germain talisman, Kylian Mbappe Lottin and Borussia Dortmund hitman, Erling Haaland, who remain their major priorities this summer. Nonetheless latest news from Spanish media outlets claims Real Madrid are halfway through with their first signing. After a keen competition from Barcelona to sign Bayern Munich versatile fullback, David Alaba, the 28 year old chose Real Madrid ahead of Barcelona. The Austrian left back will leave the German giant for free this summer and currently close to join Real Madrid.
According to popular news outlet, Fabrizio Romano, David Alaba has completed the first part of the transfer and an announcement is expected to be made at the end of the season when all the documents are completed. Alaba switch to Madrid will end his 12 years stay at the Allianz Arena. Alaba is expected to provide Real Madrid with some considerable solidity at the back line considering his ability to play all defensive positions effectively.
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