REAL MADRID TRANSFER NEWS- Mohamed Salah to Real Madrid?


La Liga giants, Real Madrid are looking to strengthen their powerful team ever further as they prepare for another European domination campaign. Sportslens brings you the latest Los Blancos transfer rumours in the market.

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Mohamed Salah to Real Madrid
The 29-year old Liverpool ace Right Winger has a contract with the Scousers that runs until June 2023. Mo Sallah is revered as one of the best players in the world currently, and rumours on the market are that Real Madrid are looking to add the Egyptian talisman to the list of deadly forwards the team has already.
It would be interesting to see how Los Blancos would line up if they do get this player, considering their pursuit of Kylian Mbappe who is expected to play on the right-wing in a deadly trio with Benzema and Vinicius Jr.

Karim Benzema to Manchester City
Los Blancos fans would most likely laugh off these rumours considering President Florentino Perez considers the French Super striker untouchable. However, Pep Guardiola’s side seriously needs a lethal Center forward having lost out on Cristiano Ronaldo. They might be going out brazenly for any untouchables since they have the money to compete. It is unlikely that Karim Benzema would consider a move to the Manchester side soon.
However, if the right amount is offered, perhaps Florentino Perez might be convinced that a young Erling Haaland who Real Madrid have in their sights, would be a great immediate replacement for the highest scoring Frenchman in football history.

Isco Alarcon to Fenerbahce
Isco Alarcon might be seeing a departure from the Santiago Bernabeu for free. Fenerbahce needs a replacement for Mesut Ozil who struggles with injury problems and is a target for Barcelona coach, Xavi Hernandez.
Isco will be a wonderful addition to the Fenerbahce squad if this happens. The Spanish midfielder is a favourite with the top football betting sites to replace Mesut Ozil at Fenerbahce. 

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