In the midst of a season full of emotions and expectations, Real Madrid has decided to remain calm in the winter market, thus clearing up the rumors that have circulated in recent days about possible signings. The white club, under the direction of Carlo Ancelotti, has chosen not to appear in the transfer window that opens on January 2 and closes at the beginning of February.
Real Madrid’s leaders have expressed their confidence in the current squad and the potential of their players. Ancelotti, who has made clear his support for his team, believes in the ability of his players and is willing to correct any “hole” from within, taking advantage of the resources he has at his disposal in Valdebebas.
There will be no signings, but departures are considered
Regarding possible exits, both leaders and technicians share the same philosophy. The club has not indicated the exit door to any player, leaving the decision about their future in the hands of the players themselves. An example of this is the case of Dani Ceballos, who had offers to change the scene in the 2023 winter market but chose to stay and was rewarded with a new contract.
Nacho, another player who received proposals, also decided to stay at Real Madrid. Militao’s injury last August caused concern, but the club decided not to look for a reinforcement who did not fit into the team. Militao’s recovery is progressing as planned, and he is expected to return in March.
The case of Thibaut Courtois is different since the arrival of Kepa indicated that there is no rush for his return. Under the presidency of Florentino Pérez, Real Madrid has been reluctant to make significant moves in the winter market, betting on stability rather than emergency purchases.
Bet on young people
In this sense, it is expected that opportunities if necessary will be provided to young talents from the quarry, such as Nico Paz, who has gained the trust of the coaching staff and could make his League debut soon.