Real Madrid's signings so far
14 June 2019
Real Madrid have been one of the most active sides in the transfer market this summer.
Los Blancos have brought in high class talent to fight on all three fronts next season, with the latest of those Ferland Mendy from Olympique Lyonnais.
With the season still over two months away, let’s examine who has walked through the Santiago Bernabéu gates so far.
A marquee signing, Eden Hazard made his dream move to Real Madrid this month after seven years at Chelsea.
The mercurial Belgian dazzled the Premier League with his fine footwork and devastating dribbling skills.
In 352 appearances for the club, he netted 110 goals and became a key man in two Premier League title winning sides.
Hazard signed off with a stellar display in the UEFA Europa League final as Chelsea swept Arsenal aside 4-1 to clinch the Belgian’s second Europa League
At 28 years old, Hazard is approaching his peak and if he can replicate his form from the 2018-19 season, he’ll prove a difficult customer to stop in LaLiga.
Announced in March, Éder Militão is a welcome addition to the Real Madrid defence.
The powerful 21-year-old started at São Paulo before making the move to FC Porto in 2018.
And after just one season in Portugal, Real Madrid decided to close in on Brazilian international.
Militão will join the side after Copa América following the defender’s call up to the Brazil national team.
From Benfica B to Real Madrid in two years, it’s been quite the journey for forward Luka Jović.
The Serbian striker was loaned out to Eintracht Frankfurt from Benfica in 2017 and in two seasons, made a huge impact.
A total of 17 Bundesliga goals last season was followed up by eight goals in 11 Europa League matches has made Jović one of the most dangerous forwards in Europe.
Jović will compliment the forward line-up with the likes of Hazard, Vinicius Jr and Karim Benzema.
Ferland Mendy has been an integral part of the Olympique Lyonnais side that qualified for the UEFA Champions League group stages next season.
The left-back played 44 matches last season, netting three goals and providing three assists.
The 24-year-old has plenty of experience and his performances were rewarded in 2018 with a call-up to the France national team.
Rodrygo first made headlines in March 2018 when he became the youngest scorer in Copa Libertadores history for Santos.
After being signed by Real Madrid last summer, the teenager star-in-the-making now joins Los Blancos for the 2019-20 season.
A gifted forward with plenty of skill and pace, Rodrygo become the latest in a long list of Brazilians to join the Meringues