Real Madrid have identified the Italian league’s top club to rebuild the team’s defense in the upcoming winter transfers in the absence of Militao, who is suffering from a torn cruciate ligament.
Last night, Sunday, the Merengues suffered their first defeat of the season at the hands of their neighbors Atletico Madrid in a Spanish League derby match with a score of 3-1, and the match saw confusion in the royal team’s defensive line.
In parallel, the Merengue management is looking for a strong defender who will strengthen the team’s defensive line in January next year, given the absence of Militao due to injury and the shaky level of Alba and Rudiger.
The Milan defender is on Real’s table to restore the defensive line
According to Spanish newspapers, the royal administration led by Perez has its eyes on the German Malik Tiao, defender of the Italian club Milan.
It was also revealed that the player’s agent offered him to Real Madrid after Militao’s injury, but he refused due to the player’s marketing value of €30 million.
The Merengues began seriously considering signing Tiao in January next year, given the team’s defensive woes and after the young German managed to secure a starting spot for Milan.