As reported by AS, the delegate members of Real Madrid are meeting today (Sunday) to give their approval to the club’s financial accounts, which seem to indicate that the 13-time European champions will have significant funds for transfers at their disposal next summer.
Apparently, Real have secured the sum of €156 million in liquid assets, and they are being offered various loans under favorable conditions – low interest rates and other – which could amount to another €285 million. The report stresses that those loans would have nothing to do with the loan agreement in place for the reconstruction of the Santiago Bernabeu stadium.
Real spent over €300 million on fresh faces this summer, but these newly reported funds could see them go after a huge signing in 2020, and it is believed that the most likely candidate is Kylian Mbappe of Paris Saint-Germain.
Los Blancos were reportedly negotiating with the Ligue 1 champions over the potential transfer of Neymar this summer, and there have already been claims in the Spanish press that foundations had been laid for Mbappe to move to the Spanish capital in the future instead.
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