Speaking about the future of Real Madrid, Perez also talked about the possibility of signing French superstar Kylian Mbappe.

Perez thinks the fans are happy with his work at the club

Real Madrid president Florentino Perez reviewed the most prominent news with the club after presenting his theory and vision for the failed Super League. The President did not shy away from any questions. Although he was reluctant to talk about the saga of Sergio Ramos, he gave some possible clues about the outcome of his situation. Real Madrid president has confirmed that Luka Modric has signed his renewal with Los Blancos. Speaking about the future of Real Madrid, Perez also talked about the possibility of signing French superstar Kylian Mbappe. “If Mbappe doesn’t come this year, nobody at Real Madrid will beat themselves up. If nothing happens, it’s because it’s impossible. I think the supporters are happy with my work,” the President told reporters.

It’s impossible to make some great signings if the money isn’t there

Perez also talked about the possibility of other big signings this summer. “Without the Super League, there won’t be big signings, it’s impossible to make some great signings if the money isn’t there, but we’re going to continue working on the Super League.” Perez also voiced his opinion about the future of Sergio Ramos after the summer. “We’re coming to the end of the season and asking players to give one final push, and I love you all. I signed Ramos in 2005, it will depend on the position of the club, some players will have to be sold, but I know how to deal with bad situations, as I found the club in a bad situation in 2000.” The Real Madrid president was also asked about the future of first-team coach Zinedine Zidane.

“We have very young and excellent people here at Real Madrid, and the signing of young players is working. At the moment, everyone wants to be here in Madrid. You ask Zidane the same thing, and that’s why he pulls those faces. Zidane is a legend around Madrid, and the day he leaves, he will still be regarded as a legend.”