Until recently, Los Blancos showed their love for Mbappe at AS Monaco before joining PSG. Since that time, Madrid has been seeking the services of the player.
It was after their last La Liga game against Real Betis that Florentino Perez came to announce to the team that Mbappe is not joining them next season.
Madrid had proven beyond doubt that even with or without Mbappe, they can move forward with their aspirations and dreams.
One player who is gradually gaining ground and becoming attractive to Madrid's President is Serge Gnabry of FC Bayern Munich.
The 26-year-old German international scored 14 goals and made 5 assists in the Bundesliga for his team.
The former Arsenal player is currently on form for Bayern Munich and could easily make a switch to Santiago Bernabeu to continue his football career.
Madrid still wants to beef up their right side of attack so that they can create competition for other players who are in the team.
Now, the question is can Gnabry fill the big hole Mbappe has created for Madrid?
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