Released: 09:26 GMT, 1. November 2020 | Updated: 09:34 GMT, 1. November 2020
Real Madrid are unlikely to be active in the January transfer window as the club are reportedly still adjusting to the dire financial consequences of the coronavirus pandemic.
The La Liga giants are believed to have run out of their budget for this season right now and Directors are still facing a projected deficit of nearly £ 200m.
As a result, brand I believe Madrid will again be forced to deviate from injecting the money unless they can remove unwanted first-team players.
Due to the coronavirus pandemic, Real Madrid are unlikely to sign new players in January
Despite initial promises, the global health dilemma has re-emerged in most countries, with a worrying rise in crisis areas.
It’s no different in Spain, where the games continue to take place without support.
Madrid have played behind closed doors at the Estadio Alfredo Di Stefano, which is based on their training complex, rather than the Bernabeu.
The combination of no match day income and the uncertainty of the market has made the club a “prisoner” of the situation, according to the same publication.
The club could try to switch unwanted players like Luka Jovic (above) to free up some cash
Mariano Diaz (pictured) is another first-team star who may be out of the running this winter
People like Luka Jovic and Mariano Diaz, both outcast strikers, can release funds for Madrid to invest, but that seems unlikely.
The former has only scored two goals since moving from Eintracht Frankfurt last year and is said to be in prison for six months in Serbia for violating the coronavirus rules.
Diaz has now also experienced a nightmare in the Spanish capital. After going through the club’s youth system and moving to Lyon for a season, Diaz has only scored four goals since his return in 2018.
Zinedine Zidane’s side struggled at the start of the new season after beating new boys Cadiz and Shakhtar Donetsk in the Champions League.
The club faces a reported deficit of £ 200m due to its difficult financial situation
The need for new faces is clear, but it is said that the club’s hierarchy is unwilling to unsettle stability at the Bernabeu.
After battling for the top crown against Barcelona last season, Zidane is under pressure to return more titles this time around.
The 48-year-old is free to weigh potential arrivals, but instead to close those deals for the next season.
Madrid’s squad gave up around £ 59m in wages and bonuses last season due to the pandemic – and it has been suggested that adhering to that gesture should take precedence over signings under such testing conditions for the club.
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