Real Madrid, Barcelona, and Atletico Madrid are all said to be ready to fight for striker Dani Gonzalez of Albacete
Defensa Central says that Real Madrid wants to sign Dani Gonzalez, a star player from Albacete, this summer, but they will have to compete with Barcelona and Atletico Madrid.
Dani Gonzalez, a striker who is 20 years old, came up through the Albacete youth academy and played his first game for the club as an adult in November of last year. Since then, he has played 20 games for the club, scoring five goals and setting up another as they moved up to La Liga 2.
Gonzalez has been playing for Albacete, but Real Madrid has shown interest in signing the 20-year-old this summer. The current Spanish and European champions want to bring in the Spanish forward to help the Castilla team, which could lose a couple of its strikers.
Raul Gonzalez’s team might not have Juanmi Latasa next year because the 21-year-old could be moved up to the senior team to be Karim Benzema’s backup. Andri Gudjohnsen is going to Sweden, so Castilla will be without two of their strikers for the next season.
Real Madrid brought in Noel Lopez to help with some of these worries, but Raul Gonzalez wants to add another center forward to his team and has suggested that Dani Gonzalez be signed. But Los Blancos will have to compete with Barcelona and Atletico Madrid to get the 20-year-old player.
Barcelona has been working hard this summer to improve their second team. So far, they have added some exciting players like Pablo Torre, Emre Demir, and Nil Ruiz, among others. But their search for new players isn’t over yet. Their new manager, Rafa Marquez, wants to build a team that can win promotion to the second division in Spain.
In this way, Gonzalez has become a possible target, and Barcelona has already shown interest in him. Atletico Madrid is also said to have made an offer for the 20-year-old star player from Albacete. Gonzalez has a contract with the La Liga 2 team until the summer of 2025. If he leaves this summer, it will be interesting to see where the young Spanish player goes.