In search of liquidity, Real Madrid have garnered in recent months just over 100 million euros on the transfer market.
This is the kind of information that says a lot about the current state of the finances of big football clubs. According to AS, it is thus important to note that Real Madrid recovered € 2.5million from Martin Odegaard’s (paid off) loan to Arsenal.
At another time, this sum could have seemed ridiculous, especially for the club the powerful of the planet. But in these times of health and economic crisis, every euro could count, according to AS, if the Real wants to recruit a new striker next summer, in this case a certain Kylian Mbappé.
Real didn’t buy anyone last summer
The Madrid daily observes and the Merengues – who did not buy anyone last summer, a rarity – have collected no less than 102 million euros on the transfer market since the end of last season. The biggest sales are those of Achraf Hakimi at Inter Milan (40 M €), Sergio Reguilon at Tottenham (30 M €) and Oscar Rodriguez in Seville (15 M €).
By adding a few minor operations (Mayoral, Kubo, Odegaard…), which are so many small pieces that accumulate in a piggy bank, we thus arrive at a total of 102 million euros. This is still lower than the PSG would claim in the event of the sale of Mbappé, it is always what garnered for Real.
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