Real Madrid should be resisting the urge to spend big on the likes of Erling Haaland and instead invest any transfer funds available to them on “four or five” new signings, says Michel.
The Blancos have been famed for their ‘Galactico’ recruitment policy down the years.
There is a desire at Santiago Bernabeu to welcome at least one marquee addition onto the club’s books in every summer window.
It has been suggested that the likes of Haaland, who continues to star at Borussia Dortmund, and Paris Saint-Germain striker Kylian Mbappe will come into Real’s thoughts at some stage.
Plenty have speculated on deals being done in 2021, with La Liga heavyweights ready to spend again once the financial pinch of a coronavirus pandemic has eased.
Michel, though, is not convinced that Zinedine Zidane should be looking to do one or two big-money deals when there are a number of areas in his squad that could do with reinforcing.
The Blancos legend told El Larguero when asked if he would look into landing prolific Norwegian frontman Haaland: “I’d use that money for four or five players. Continue reading