During the current transfer window, Real Madrid was left without two strikers: Luka Jovic and Borja Mayoral, who left to continue their careers in Italian Fiorentina and Getafe, respectively.
Because of this, the Galacticos currently have a very limited personnel reserve for rotation at the center forward position, where in the previous season Karim Benzema gained fame as the team’s leading player for the entire football year.
After all, despite Real Madrid head coach Carlo Ancelotti’s assurances that his side will not make any more new signings this summer, the Madrid club are currently exploring potential candidates to replace the Frenchman, according to reports in the local press.
Among them is the French Nice striker Amin Guiri.
The 22-year-old performer scored 12 goals and 10 assists in 43 matches last season, attracting attention from the sidelines of many of Europe’s top leagues.
The Eagles want to receive 40 million euros for their player, but Real Madrid is currently negotiating an interesting formula for the transfer of the player. Guiri will stay in Nice until January, or at least until the end of the season, after which he will finally move to Real Madrid, or he will receive an offer for a short-term loan to the Spanish giants.