Carlo Ancelotti came back to Real Madrid knowing that the team he handles back in 2013, differs from the present team, significantly in the key department, i.e. firepower.
The Golden days of Real Madrid
8 years ago when he came to Estadio Santiago Bernabeu, and also Gareth Bale did the same, and he got unified with Cristiano Ronaldo and Karim Benzema, and the famous BBC trident was formed. Those were the golden days of Real Madrid when in the 2013-14 season, Ronaldo scored 97 goals, and it touched the mark 100 as well in the season 2014-15. However, the present Madrid club seems like an entire contrast compared to its earlier ages.
With Cristiano’s departure from Madrid, and era gradually came to an end. Bale seems to retire soon, and only Karim Benzema remains, who has netted 87 goals in his three seasons.
Bale’s record since his last few appearances is way more ahead than the Madrird’s strikers, apart from Benzema. In these 34 matches, he has scored 16 goals, for Tottenham Hotspur. Even the dangerous Eden Hazard has scored only four goals, along with Luka Jovic in the same rank, and Braham Diaz and Marcos Asensio have presented six goals each. Lastly, both Kubo and Rodrygo have netted one, whereas Mariano concluded the last season with only one.
Real Madrid has invested a lot in signing attacking players, but the consequences have not been that fruitful. They are finding a way to resolve all their problems during the summer transfer window. They are planning to sign in Mbappe, who has been in an incredible form.
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In these 47 appearances for PSG, he delivered 42 goals. Also, they have an eye on Erling Haaland, who netted 41 goals for Borussia Dortmund, in many appearances last season.