Spanish La Liga might change in the coming football season as rumors about Cristiano Ronaldo’s transfer to Juventus are getting stronger day by day.
Sure the story is same every year, but the magnitude this time is on a whole different level. Various news publications like Marca have already reported the deal to be getting finalized shortly.
In the article here, Brila.net is taking a look at some possible replacements for the Portuguese superstar.
Kylian MbappeThe French sensation is probably having the time of his life with France cruising through the quarter-finals of the ongoing FIFA World Cup. At just 19 years of age, Mbappe is already making headlines with his performances for Paris Saint-German scoring 21 goals from 46 appearances.
Mbappe joined PSG on loan in August of last year for a fee of around £166m (with his move becoming permanent on 1 July). Although Real Madrid has denied making a bid for the young sensation, in the world of Football, you never say never.
Paolo DybalaPaulo Dybala has become a household name in just three years with the Italian giants – Juventus. The 24-year-old has impressed one and all with his dribbling skills, balance, and close control in limited spaces.
With 68 goals from 140 appearances for Juventus, Dybala is already ranked amongst the best players on the planet.
While he’s having a great time at Juventus, a move to Real Madrid might not be out of the question. With Ronaldo closing in on a Vecchia Signora switch, Madrid may swap him with Dybala.
Neymar, he became the most expensive player in history when PSG signed him from FC Barcelona in a move worth €222 million.
He proved every penny worth as he has scored 19 goals in 20 Ligue one matches. At just 26, Neymar is already the third highest goal scorer for Brazil just behind Pele and Ronaldo de Lima, with 57 goals in just 89 appearances.
Harry KaneHarry Kane is a living legend for Tottenham Hotspur. Starting out with a youth career in 2004, Kane finished top scorer in both the 2015-16 and the 2016-17 Premier League seasons and aided Tottenham in qualifying for the UEFA Champions League on both occasions.
Even on the International stage, he has outshone all his peers for England and has single-handedly taken the team to victory on a couple of occasions.
Who do you think should replace Ronaldo?