Carlo Ancelotti, the manager of Real Madrid, has stated repeatedly that the club is interested in acquiring a striker who is capable of scoring goals and working well with the team.
This was the response that Ancelotti gave on Sunday when he was questioned about a potential successor for the striker Karim Benzema during his post-match press conference.
Benzema’s last game for Real Madrid was on Sunday, and it was at the Santiago Bernabeu, where they played Athletic Bilbao and drew 1-1. Benzema scored the goal that tied the game.
Real Madrid have been said to be interested in signing players such as Tottenham’s Harry Kane, Chelsea’s Kai Havertz, and Espanyol’s Joselu as potential replacements for Karim Benzema.
Ancelotti was asked about a possible replacement for Karim Benzema following Real Madrid’s final game of the La Liga season on Sunday. In response to the question, Ancelotti stated, “We want to sign a striker who can score goals and link up well.” Benzema’s exit was announced on Sunday.
“A striker who is skilled in the game of football.”