5 transfers in 10 days. With this pace, Madrid CFF has reached the winter market, in which it has managed to reinforce almost all its lines, except the goal. The last player to be announced by the Madrid club has been Lauren Leal, another Brazilian for white, among whom there are six players from Brazil. His name was thus added to that of other recent additions to the team led by Víctor Miguel Fernández: Ebba Hed, Rikke Madsen, Young-Ju Lee, and Michelle de Jongh.
This latest addition comes to prop up the defense of Madrid CFF, to which Leal arrives after finishing his contract at Sao Paulo. At 19, Lauren has a great projection, being international with the Brazilian National Team. From a defensive signing to an attacking one: Rikke Madsen. At 24 years old, The Danish international arrives at the Madrid club after two and a half seasons in Norway, where he played for Valerenga (66 games and 8 goals).
And from Denmark to Sweden, where Madrid CFF has fished two great signings for his engine room: Ebba Hed (23 years old) and Michelle de Jongh (24 years old). Both come from Vittsjö GIK of the Swedish First Division, fifth placed last season. Also to reinforce the midfield has been announced in recent days the arrival of Young-Ju Lee, international midfielder for South Korea.
At 29, the player left the Hyundai Steel Red Angels of the South Korean league, champion of the last nine leagues in this country. Young-Ju Lee is a very experienced soccer player, being one of the most important pieces of the South Korean National Team. Now, it remains to see them all in action, waiting to know if Madrid CFF has any other ace up its sleeve for this winter market.
The Madrid club is moving very well for this second leg of the season, in which he wants to dream of being one of the candidates for the fight for the European zone. Eleven points behind the Champions League positions, after a four-game slump in a row losing, White wants to rise back up on the table and fight with ambition. For now, they will have new faces that will add more quality to their staff.