Real Madrid want to reinforce right wing of defense!

Real Madrid want to reinforce right wing of defense!

In the upcoming winter transfer window, Real Madrid will try to buy a right-back to replace Dani Carvajal! Chelsea's Cesar Azpilicueta and Bayer's Jeremie Frimpong are top candidates for Los Blancos.

At the moment, the right wing of defense is the most vulnerable spot at Madrid. Yes, the main performer in this position is Dani Carvajal, who is prone to frequent injuries, and at the age of 30 they are not treated so quickly. Both Nacho Fernandez and midfielders Marco Asensio and Lucas Vazquez can replace him, but Los Blancos are still looking for a profile performer of this role.

A less likely option for reinforcement, as for us, is Cesar Azpilicueta. He has been faithfully serving Chelsea for ten years, but the Spaniard is not going to extend the contract expiring in 2023. Therefore, he dreams of returning to his homeland. Real Madrid may show up just in time, but the option to use Cesar is only available in the short term. The Spaniard is already 33 years old, so his football activity is coming to an end. And it would be easier for him to finish playing in his native Basque Country - at Real Sociedad or Athletic.

Another thing is Frimpong, who is considered one of the most promising right-backs in the world right now. The Dutchman is now 21 and started his career at the Manchester City youth team. Next, in transit via Celtic, Jeremie moved to Bayer, where he demonstrates high-level football for the second season in a row. No wonder Real Madrid have paid close attention to him. However, they will have to withstand competition from other teams, such as Juventus.

In our opinion, Frimpong's move to Madrid is more than likely. Firstly, this player is young and has great potential, while Los Blancos have recently been buying precisely for the future. Secondly, Real and Bayer have long had close transfer ties. Previously, Madrid loaned the same Dani Carvajal to Leverkusen, who, after playing in Germany, reached a new level of development. The Pharmacists are likely to sell their young prospect, as he is unlikely to come to terms with the club's likely failure to qualify for European competition next year.

At one time, Real Madrid got rid of Achraf Hakimi, who now could shine on the right side of the Blancos defense. Now the reigning champion of Spain are forced to look for a new player of this role and choose between reliability now and good prospects for the future.