Latest Real Madrid transfer news: Alberto Moreno an option for Los Blancos

Latest Real Madrid transfer news: Alberto Moreno an option for Los Blancos


The latest Real Madrid transfer rumours include Alberto Moreno becoming a solid option to reinforce the left-back position, Michal Laudrup placing himself as a candidate to replace Rafa Benitez and Lucas Lima nearing an agreement to arrive at the Santiago Bernabeu.

Los Merengues are reportedly trying to find a left-back who can give Marcelo some rest, as the Brazilian is one of the players who never takes a break. Spanish press has revealed Alberto Moreno has become one of the favourites to arrive at the Bernabeu, and Florentino Perez could even try to bring him in January, given the injury problems they are suffering.

Real Madrid have been eyeing Moreno for a while, and they even considered landing him last summer, but Benitez thought his squad was complete enough. Injuries have made him change his mind, and he is keen on bringing the Liverpool man. Yet, Los Blancos are also considering Bayern Munich’s David Alaba and Paris Saint-Germain’s Layvin Kurzawa.

Meanwhile, Brazilian press has claimed Santos midfielder Lucas Lima is about to sign a deal with Los Blancos, and could complete his move to Spain soon. The player’s agent has revealed “Real Madrid are in the first position to sign” Lima, and the deal could be closed in 20 million euros.

Rumours of a possible Benitez dismissal continue in Spain and there is one new candidate to replace the manager. Former Los Merengues playmaker Michael Laudrup is one of the options Florentino Perez is considering. Real’s general director Jose Angel Sanchez has reportedly recommended the Danish man for the job. Yet, Joachim Low and Zinedine Zidane are in a better position at the moment.


  1. Comment: coach is not our problems, players is the main things to consider Madrid needs matured players both first xi and bench, Tony croos have to be sold and give covacic a place or he should go back to bench and buy young super stars. Hala Madrid.