Real Madrid goes for two key players from Chelsea

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Real Madrid continues to look for players to strengthen itself in the summer market and would have two from Chelsea in its sights

Real Madrid vs Chelsea / Fuente: Getty Images
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Real Madrid He has been very busy at the end of the season looking for players to strengthen himself in the summer transfer market. He would now be aware of two key pieces for the Chelsea that they could get out Although the meringues would not be the only ones interested.

The two players in which the meringues would be very attentive are Kai Havertz y Reece James. key pieces of Chelsea to be champions of Champions League con Thomas Tuchel and now with so many incorporations that the Bluesthey could look for a new team.

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Reece James would be the perfect change for Dani Carvajal, since the Spaniard has been having a very bad season, his level has dropped a lot and the fans are already asking for a change. The English winger is one of the best currently in that position and he also already knows Rudiger so it would pair quickly with the meringues.

On the other side we have Havertzthe German striker had already been wanted by the Real Madrid a few years ago when he just started to stand out with the Bayer Leverkusen. Now after showing his quality in the most important league in the world, the meringues would look for him again.

He Real Madrid It has several players in its sights for the transfer market. In addition, he also has to see who he can renew in his current squad to know what position they are going to reinforce. It will be an interesting end to the season for the meringues and we will have to be very attentive to which star player they will try to sign in the summer.

We must also be attentive to the quarterfinals of the Champions League where will he meet Real Madrid against him Chelsea.