Fichajes, a Spanish news site, claims that Real Madrid is interested in signing Theo Hernandez. The defending La Liga winners are interested in bringing back AC Milan’s 25-year-old centre-back. And it’s possible that a switch will be made during the summer transfer window.
Since moving to AC Milan from Real Madrid, Theo Hernandez has been quite successful. The French defender’s time with Los Blancos was disappointing since he never established himself as a key player for the team. But in the past four years, he has really elevated his game, becoming one of the top full-backs in the world.
The 25-year-old has also established himself as an important member of the French national team. He was included in Les Bleus’ 2022 FIFA World Cup roster. Meanwhile, in the previous four years, Hernandez’s worth has skyrocketed to €60 million. The player’s development has even caught the eye of his old team, Real Madrid.
In order to strengthen the left-back position, Real Madrid will re-sign Fran Garcia during the summer transfer window. It’s possible that Real Madrid may bring in more left-backs in the offseason leading up to the 2023–24 season than just the Spaniard. With Premier League teams showing interest in Ferland Mendy, Los Blancos may need to find a successor if he leaves the Santiago Bernabeu.
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Theo Hernandez, a 25-year-old defender for AC Milan, is apparently a target for Real Madrid during the next summer transfer window
This makes Real Madrid a serious contender for the services of Theo Hernandez. His development has long been tracked by the Merengues. The 25-year-old’s skills make him a promising long-term investment for the Spanish club. They are now planning on trading for the player during the summer.
Hernandez’s price tag will almost certainly exceed his current estimated worth of €60 million. Real Madrid should have no financial concerns as they prepare for a busy summer transfer window. It would also be intriguing to observe whether the Frenchman is looking forward to making a comeback at the Santiago Bernabeu.
The 25-year-old still has work to do at Real Madrid after his initial attempt at making an impression there was unsuccessful. Whether or not AC Milan will listen to bids for Hernandez during the summer transfer window remains to be seen.