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It is strange to many why the recently crowned European club football champions need new signings in an already virtually unbeatable setup.

After all, Vinicius Jr, Jude Bellingham, Federico Valverde, Aurélien Tchouameni and Eduardo Camavinga are just some of the names that symbolize the future of the club, and the arrival of Kylian Mbappe apparently does not seem necessary.

The Madrid offices, however, do not agree and BRAND provides an insider's view on the club's stance on transfer policy.

Pérez's dream

As revealed by the Spanish media, Florentino Perez is convinced that the best club in the world must be home to the best players.

It is this motivation that drove the battle to recruit Mbappé for seven years and which continues to be the president's stance.

Perez thinks that with the signature of the French phenomenonReal Madrid is getting closer to a team that can boast of “sporting perfection”.

Real Madrid signed Kylian Mbappe this week. (Photo by FRANCK FIFE/AFP via Getty Images)

The pressure on the team to win all competitions will indeed increase, but the investment appears to be worth it.

The dream is clearly to build an invincible team, capable of competing on all fronts with impeccable consistency year after year, and Real Madrid are not far away.

No negative points to remember

While some believe Mbappé's arrival could disrupt the harmony within Real Madrid's UCL-winning side, Carlo Ancelotti does not see it as any form of obstacle.

After all, the new Galactic does not require playing in a specific position and gives Ancelotti the freedom to use his services according to the team's needs.

This decision is not worrying on a financial level either, contrary to popular belief.

After all, he arrived on a free transfer and the club are confident his arrival stimulate the club's economy far beyond the investment they invest.

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