Everything seemed to indicate that the French wing would leave the Merengue entity these days and its destination would be Saudi Arabia. But several teams in the Arab country have categorically denied being interested in the often injured player.
The slim chances of Ferland Mendy leaving Real Madrid vanished into thin air, and they made 2 transfers. For Fiorentino Perez It’s a very strong blow, given that he can’t bear to see the French full-back on the pitch Madrid team. However, in this remaining month he will be dedicated to continuing to hunt for offers for the injured recurring winger.
Teams like Al-Hilal, Al-Nassr, Al-Ittihad, Al-Shabab or Al-Fateh had shown signs of interest in Mendy. But the latest updates from each club have been made public, signaling they are not interested in the French winger. Even one of those dresses, he wrote on Twitter. “Thanks, but keep him in the team”, a clear reference to the Juventus president with the player.
Mendy’s stay at Real Madrid blocks the signing of Alphonso Davies
Although the signing of Fran García was made with the aim of taking over for the Frenchman, manager Carlo Ancelotti wants the services of Alphonso Davies. The Canadian is by far Bayern Munich’s best winger, and for obvious reasons they don’t want to let him go. But the player is keen to join the Madrid entity, persuaded by his former teammate David Alaba.
The fact is that if Mendy remains in the white team, the signing of the North American winger cannot be carried out, since the salary bill would not support another exorbitant salary. But the most damaging thing about the case is that if the Frenchman doesn’t leave Madrid in the next few days, the other operation he risks is that of Kylian Mbappé.
Ancelotti no longer has Mendy and is asking Real Madrid for action on his departure
In the three matches played by the Madrid team, Ancelotti has accomplished many things, including who will be his left-back. Against Milan and Barcelona the owner was the Frenchman, but his low level remains more than evident. The blue coach has already confirmed that he won’t have the ex Lyon, at least for the rest of the year.
Florentino has already given precise orders to his sporting director regarding the urgent departure of Ferland Mendy. The step to follow will be to lower the price of the French full-back (currently valued at 25 million) to increase his chances of being sold. Ligue 1 could be one of the possible destinations for the former Le Havre.