Real Madrid had an obviously successful season, winning both the La Liga and the Champions League under the experienced direction of Carlo Ancelotti. Their path to the UCL title was an intriguing one, as they had to beat PSG, Chelsea, Manchester City, and Liverpool.
Following the departure and aging of some of their seasoned players, the club is now focused on how they can perform better next season by improving the roster.
According to GOAL, Madrid made some money with their successful European campaign, and with the departure of significant earners like Isco, Marcelo Vieira, and Gareth Bale, the club now has greater spending capacity. They will have around £350 million available for Ancelotti to spend on adding depth to the squad this summer.
Real Madrid will be able to source young talents like midfielder Aurelien Tchouameni and many others in various positions with this kind of money, and may finally forget the disappointment Kylian Mbappe caused to the club and its fans across the world.
The arrival of free agent Antonio Rudiger from Chelsea on a four-year contract appears to have reinforced the defense, and fans are excited to see his pairing with Militao at the center of the defense.
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