Carlo Ancelotti steps up with ‘pursuit’ to sign Liverpool superstar

Real Madrid to sign Andrew Robertson? Full-back from Liverpool is wanted by Santiago Bernabeu for a potential £40 million trade.

Andrew Robertson, a fullback for Liverpool, has apparently been added to Real Madrid’s summer shopping list.

It seems that left-back is a position that needs attention in the capital of Spain. Due to Ferland Mendy’s injury, Real has been without him for the entirety of the season and has regularly had to substitute midfielder Eduardo Camavinga.

Although the Frenchman has consistently displayed excellent performance, he has publicly expressed his discontent with the positional switch, leaving Los Blancos searching for a new long-term member this summer.

That might be Robertson, a pillar of Liverpool who came up through the ranks of Dundee United and Hull City to become one of the finest in the world at his position, according to the Daily Mail. Since Madrid will have the pull of Champions League football to seduce the Scotsman, Jurgen Klopp’s team will likely finish outside the top four this season. Mendy is also viewed as being unnecessary, which makes room in Carlo Ancelotti’s starting eleven.

It will likely take a price of at least £40 million ($50 million) to persuade Robertson to quit Merseyside, according to The Mail, given that his contract is up in 2026 and he has declared that he has no desire to leave the region. Bayern Munich’s Alphonso Davies had previously been linked with a transfer to Los Blancos, but the Bundesliga’s top clubs have been resolute in their efforts to keep the Canadian.

The addition of Jude Bellingham from Borussia Dortmund could add to Madrid’s already spectacular summer. According to rumors, the capital club is considering signing Kylian Mbappe and Erling Haaland for the upcoming campaign as Florentino Perez begins to organize his next squad of Galacticos, which weirdly enough may include.


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