Santiago Solari has denied giving any insight on Real Madrid’s January Transfer Policy.
The Galacticos are currently having a poor season and are in dire need of some reinforcements.
Real Madrid manager Santiago Solari has said that he is not responsible about the transfer decisions made by the club and has remained coy on the strategy adopted by the Galacticos to bring in reinforcements in January. The reigning European champions have been rocked this season by the departure of their talisman Cristiano Ronaldo and are in dire need of adding a few top quality players to the side, which is underperforming so far this season.
Speaking to the media ahead of the Villareal match, the Spaniard said, “I have no updates to tell you about the matter.”
He added, “I am not responsible for talking about the club’s signing strategy; it belongs to a private circle.”
Speaking on the future of midfield maestro Isco, who has been linked with a move out of the club this January, the Real Madrid manager said, “Isco (Alarcón) is a great player, he has given us joy and he must continue doing so.”
The Galacticos faced another disappointing draw in their match against Villareal as former Arsenal man Santi Cazorla scored twice to salvage a point for the men in yellow after Real Madrid went ahead via goals from Karim Benzema and Raphael Varane. That result keeps them on the fourth spot in the La Liga table with a gap of seven points with leaders and arch-rivals Barcelona.