Madrid set to sign new players in January

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After analysing the situation for a number of weeks, Florentino Perez has decided that this Real Madrid side need reinforcements in January. He reportedly came to the decision after a meeting with the club's general director, which lasted two and a half hours.
This is what Spanish publication 'Marca' have reported, and they say that in the meeting the two directors spoke about the reality of the situation with Los Blancos. They came to the conclusion that the results have been unsatisfactory and the club want to find a solution as quickly as possible.
There are numerous explanations to the disappointing start to the season, although the powers that be in Madrid understand that injuries have been a key factor in Zidane's side's inability to replicate there usual top form this season. Another factor is the transfer policy from last summer, as the signings have, for the most part, not been hugely successful.
That's why Madrid have decided they will look to strengthen in January, despite the suspicion the club holds over the mid-season window. In recent memory, players like Lucas Silva, Julien Faubert or Antonio Cassano have all arrived after the new year and failed to make any impact at the Bernabeu.
According to the aforementioned source, it seems like Real Madrid will make a move for Bilbao goalkeeper Kepa, as well as a striker, with Inter's Mauro Icardi and Timo Werner from RB Leipzig the two players they like the most. They also aren't ruling out bringing in a central defender.

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