Real Madrid Decide Against Aymeric Laporte’s January Signing As Temporary Defensive Cover

Written by Olaleye Oluwadamilola

After suffering two anterior cruciate ligament injuries in the middle of their defense, Real Madrid is thinking about making a move during the January transfer window for the first time in several years. David Alaba is already done for the season and Eder Militao won’t be back until February at the latest; nevertheless, their supposed successor won’t be from Saudi Arabia as earlier linked to former Manchester City’s man Aymeric Laporte.

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Just six months after departing Manchester City for Al Nassr, Aymeric Laporte was considered one of their choices. According to Marca, Laporte is happy and has no plans to leave the Middle East. From Real Madrid’s standpoint, they do not plan to pay his €15 million annual wage, even if it is for a brief duration. Losing Laporte will also not assist Al Nassr close a ten-point deficit in their championship campaign.

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With the Euros coming up the next summer, Spain’s selection was one of the major variables that may have been involved. However, the Madrid-based daily reports that Laporte will be a member of La Roja next summer, if all goes according to plan. This suggests that Laporte has promises from Spain coach Luis de la Fuente.

Real Madrid was first hesitant to sign a substitute, but it seems that Carlo Ancelotti is adamant about adding a different defense. Raphael Varane, a defender for Manchester United, is thought to be among the best choices considering his decline in stature at Old Trafford.


Earlier this week, Manchester United was connected to Sevilla’s Youssef En-Nesyri. Manchester United is anticipated to pursue a striker during the winter transfer window. Despite Los Nervionenses’ difficulties, the Moroccan international has been in superb form this season and could be a great addition to the forward line for the Premier League team.

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Sevilla, one of many La Liga teams struggling financially, would not obstruct En-Nesyri’s progress if their demand was fulfilled. He appears, though, to be here to stay for the time being as Fabrizio Romano informed CaughtOffside that he is unaware of Man United’s interest.

“As of right now, I’ve heard nothing about a Man United trade including Youssef En-Nesyri. I know that Man United spoke with representatives from Donyell Malen, Serhou Guirassy, and Timo Werner, so they are the names I’ve previously stated”.

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