REAL MADRID: Gabriel Jesus next victim of Benzema in Madrid?

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Karim Benzema has scored 44 goals this season for Real Madrid and has become indispensable to the Merengue.

At the slightest absence of Karim Benzema, who fortunately has not been injured much this season, Real Madrid has constantly experienced great difficulties. It must be said that Carlo Ancelotti was not rich in the offensive sector this season, especially in the position of center forward. And for proof, it is the former Lyon striker Mariano Diaz who was the understudy of Karim Benzema, the Serbian international Luka Jovic not doing the trick in the eyes of Carlo Ancelotti. Despite the sparkling form of Karim Benzema, it is clear that Real Madrid will have to recruit a center forward this summer in order to be able to make the probable future Ballon d’Or winner blow next season. According to information from Cadena SER, Gabriel Jesus is targeted to become Karim Benzema’s next competitor in the center-forward position next season.

After the recruitment of Erling Haaland, the Brazilian international is no longer in the odor of sanctity at Manchester City, where his playing time will logically be reduced. Author of 13 goals and 12 assists in all competitions under Pep Guardiola, Gabriel Jesus has not delivered an abominable season but the English champion wants to part with him to reduce its wage bill and make room for Julian Alvarez in the role of understudy to Erling Haaland. Gabriel Jesus has been offered to Atletico Madrid and Real Madrid. The Colchoneros have indicated that they are not interested, but the club of the White House is studying the conditions of a transfer of Gabriel Jesus, proof of Carlo Ancelotti’s interest in the Manchester City striker. It remains to be seen whether the former Palmeiras striker will join Real and if so, whether he will be able to challenge Karim Benzema, who has already had to wear out strikers such as Gonzalo Higuain, Emmanuel Adebayor, or Raul and Alvaro Morata at Real Madrid.

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