Real Madrid are keeping tab on Spanish right-back amid Manchester United’s Diogo Dalot interest.
Carlo Ancelotti strongly ruled out the prospect of the club making any acquisitions in January and asserted that his squad was a well-rounded unit during the news conference he gave ahead of Real Madrid’s match against Girona.
However, it has always been obvious that Los Blancos will make a major splash in the forthcoming summer transfer window as they attempt to improve the midfield in particular and the position of center forward. In addition, there are concerns over the right-back position.
A BOLA says that Ancelotti’s team is keeping a close eye on Pedro Porro and may make a major effort to capture him during the upcoming summer transfer window.
Due to his impressive performances at Sporting CP, Real Madrid has been keeping an eye on the right-back for more than a year. The kid is viewed as the best prospect because Dani Carvajal is well past the 30-year mark and Lucas Vazquez is not a natural choice for right-back.
The 23-year-old has made eight league appearances for the Portuguese team so far this season and has contributed three assists while averaging 1.5 critical passes per contest. His defense impact has been strong as well, averaging close to seven defensive plays per game.
With Sporting, Porro has just over two years left on his contract, which expires in 2025. The young player has experience playing in La Liga, having previously represented Real Valladolid and Girona. Furthermore, Real Madrid has a high possibility of signing him during the upcoming transfer window according to his contractual status.
When June rolls along, Jude Bellingham will be Real Madrid’s main priority, probably followed by a new striker. Obviously, Pedro Porro’s case will depend on the finances after Los Blancos complete the two aforementioned transfers.