Mario Hermosa & Mario Pedraza to Real Madrid

The Possible Transfers for Real Madrid

Transfers are always a requirement for Real Madrid to play a good role in all competitions. Sometimes it's hard for them to do it but it always shows their quality, talent and the talent of their stars. This year has been very complicated and as usual, many players show on the newspaper covers to be the transfers of the Reyes de Europa. Today I will show you some of those names.

Mario Hermoso (23, Spain)

Currently playing for Espanyol, Mario is one of the promises of Spanish soccer. The Spaniard is only 23 years old and has something very important that he likes in 'La Casa Blanca, he played in La Cantera. He played in Real Madrid C & B. Mario can play as a center back and also as a left back. The second position would open many doors since Madrid does not trust 100% in young Reguilon, who in my opinion every time he plays, fulfills his role.

Hermoso hasn't made his debut with the national team but rumors are that Luis Enrique is watching him based on his great performances with his actual club (second in La Liga).

Based on Transfer.Markt, Hermoso's price goes around £18.00m. A price that Florentino loves since it's not outrageous like the actual market.

Alfonso Pedraza (22, Spain)

Alfonzo is currently playing for Villarreal. The 22-year-old is also very polyvalent. He can play as a left back and also as a left winger even as a striker. His current coach Calleja has used him more as a defender. His ability and his speed are his strengths and very helpful to take on defenders easily.

Despite his youth, Pedraza has played in various teams such as Lugo, Alaves and Leeds United of England with a 100 appearances. Something very impressive for a 22-year-old.

In case Villarreal fails to negotiate with Real Madrid, the yellow submarine will submit to his buy out clause that is € 22 million, again another option that is very likable in the Real Madrid office.

He hasn't made his national team debut yet, but he was part of the European under-19 championship in 2015.

I like the idea of bringing new blood into the team, however, I think Real Madrid needs resolution now rather than the future. Hopefully, Florentino Perez makes the right moves this upcoming transfer market that will bring joy to Real Madrid fans! We want new transfers.

Luis Gutierrez.

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