La Liga has lost one of the most precious players in the world recently after selling CR7 to Juventus In a deal worth about 100 million euros and a contract that runs until 2022.
Cristiano Ronaldo, the maker of a historic era for Real Madrid, scored 450 goals in 438 games (Messi is happy for that number as he exceeds it so much) so I say sorry Real Madrid we have Messi, reflecting how great CR7 is as for other players rather than our Messi. He also made 150 assists which is a good record too but in comparison to Messi, this number is nothing as Messi exceeds the 200 assists in all games.
In this post, we will mention all the questions that need satisfying answers at the start of the new season, although it depends largely on what Real Madrid will do in the current summer transfer season.
• Who will wear 7?
Since Raul Gonzalez left Real Madrid in the summer of 2010, Ronaldo inherited the number 7 from him, and if CR7 is gone, the Royal Club must find an heir worthy of carrying that legendary figure. The White team has some names capable of carrying that shirt, Asencio and Lucas Vázquez, who may change the number 17 by 7, and a newcomer may take the number such as Edine Hazard or Kilian Mbabey.
• Who will be the superstar of the team?
Ronaldo’s departure from Real Madrid, all eyes will go to Gareth Bell, who arrived in Real Madrid in the summer of 2013 for 100 million euros. It is true that the Welsh star did not spend good times with the royal club so far because of the injuries, but the club sees him as a media star class. Marco Asencio may also be able to carry the torch in the medium term, and Hazard / Neymar da Silva may catch the spotlight if the Royal team contract with one of them.
• Who will become Real Madrid’s top scorer?
At the end of the season, Cristiano Ronaldo scored 26 goals for Real Madrid and the next player was Gareth Bell with 16 goals, which opens the door to former Tottenham Hotspur, who has a golden opportunity to write his name in history of the royal club.