The January transfer Window is going to be opened for Spanish Clubs on January 3, 2022 and is going to be closed on January 31 at midnight. A lot of likely transfer rumors from big Spanish clubs like Real Madrid and Barcelona has been circulating around.
These clubs will be looking forward to signing new players and recruits who are performing well and seeking new challenges as well. But the million dollar question is which of these amazing and promising talents are they opting for. These clubs are looking forward to improve upon the defense and attacking as well as winning the ultimate league title.
Real Madrid C.F
The Madrid team has been linked with Chelsea's center back Antonio Rudiger who has been exceptional during his time at Chelsea. Also, the Los Blancos have been linked with the signing of Paris Saint Germain forward Kylian Mbappe. The good news here is that these exceptional players are likely to join for free in the next summer window. Other players such as Gareth Bale, Marcelo, Mariano Diaz and Isco also have a high chance of leaving the club since Coach Carlo Ancelotti has shown very little or no interest in them at all. Another player worthy of mentioning is Eden Hazard who has been given a lot opportunities by Carlo Ancelloti.
Ever since the return of Xavi Hernandez, Barcelona has wasted no time in bringing a couple of new players to the prestigious Camp Nou. Luckily for Barcelona, they have been able to sign Ferran Torres from Manchester City within a very short notice. Barcelona also completed the signing of their former player Dani Alves ahead of the January transfer window for free. Also, due to the unexpected retirement of Sergio Aguero, the urge to reinforce the attack has become a priority for Xavi and something he is earnestly working on. Aside from signing Ferran Torres, the club would ideally make more signings to enhance the squad and give the coach a more stable team. Also, Sergino Dest has been rumored leave the leave the club alongside Yusuf Demir in January. It is very obvious they are unlikely to play for Barcelona and therefore have to leave the club.
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