Crazy rumors are part of transfer windows, and we usually even read rumors that link Real Madrid players to Barcelona and vice versa. But from now on there will be no room for such rumors as Real Madrid and Barcelona having verbally accepted a non-aggression pact, according to MARCA.
In accordance with the pact, neither club would interfere with the contract renewal of a player from the other club and thus induce him to sign for them. This pact was made just to ensure there will be no chaos and to ensure that the presidents maintain their friendly relationship, which is indeed necessary for their collective goal of establishing the European Super League. (ESL).
This report comes at a time when Barcelona are struggling to deal with the contract renewal of Ousmane Dembele, a player who may feature on the roster of many European clubs, including Real Madrid. It also comes at a time when there have been rumors linking Ronald Araujo with Real Madrid. The rumors would never have been true because it is very difficult to imagine such a situation, and even Perez himself had to deny these rumors.
This non-aggression pact prevents one club from signing a player from the other club, but there is always a minimal possibility of such a situation occurring.
Real Madrid and Barcelona will always fight for stars in the transfer market
Perhaps it’s the lingering memory of Florentino Perez signing Luis Figo from Barcelona that gives rise to such rumours, but it’s very hard to imagine such a situation now, especially considering the history between the clubs and the feeling of animosity between the fans. . This pact has nothing to do with transfer objectives common to both clubs.
And for Real Madrid and Barcelona, the battle is not about stealing each other’s players now. Now, their main goal is to secure the signing of Erling Braut Haaland, the generational talent who has been heavily linked with Spain‘s biggest football clubs over the past couple of years. According to BRAND, this will be the next big battle between Real Madrid and Barcelona.
Real Madrid would be the team most likely to sign Haaland, but Barcelona president Joan Laporta took it as a huge challenge, and he knows Real Madrid can become unstoppable with the Norwegian’s signature. According to reports, he could do everything possible to sign Haaland.
Another player who was on both clubs’ wishlist is 15-year-old Endrick Felipe, who was Brazil’s last teenage sensation. The Brazilian has been scouted by many European clubs, and he could be part of another transfer battle between Real Madrid and Barcelona as he is being touted as a generational talent.
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It will be interesting to see how the transfer battle between Real Madrid and Barcelona unfolds this summer.