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Jul 12, 2011

Mourinho: Madrid Need A Striker Again!

MADRID - Jose Mourinho claimed not satisfied with front row has. The Portuguese coach confirmed Real Madrid still need one additional player in the sector forward.
Although already quite happy with the squad they have now with the presence of such a number of new signing, Nuri Sahin, Hamit Altintop, Fabio Coentrao, Raphael Varane and Jose Callejon, but entrenador nicknamed The Special One was admitted still need an extra striker Gonzalo Higuain to help performance , Karim Benzema and Cristiano Ronaldo to navigate the tight next season.
"I'm happy with the squad that I have today, especially when you think we are still losing Gonzalo Higuain and Angel Di Maria (who played for Argentina in the Copa America), which is very important to us," said Mourinho in the United States in preparation for his team in pre-season game.
"It was nice to discover the power of team you want is already more than 90 percent, in mid-July, because it gives you time to prepare the team differently," he continued, as quoted by Goal, Tuesday (07/12/2011).
"However, I feel we still need the extra attacker," he added.
Currently, Madrid's bustling center was heavily rumored to be chasing the striker. The three attackers are reportedly now being approached by El Real is Sergio Kun Aguero (Atletico Madrid), Carlos Tevez (Manchester City) and future star who played in Santos Brazil, Neymar.
Furthermore, Mourinho also said if the projects being built today are in the interest of Los Blancos in the future. Mou does not seem quite satisfied with his success last season which is only able to bring the Copa Del Rey trophy. With the squad being built now, Mou want to Madrid not only successful in the next season, but until a few seasons ahead.
"We just won the Copa Del Rey (last season). So, we decided to continue to build teams, and team balancing, without exiting the track to continue building a squad for the future. Fabio (Coentrao) only 23 years old, one year younger than (Jose) Callejon. (Nuri) Sahin even younger and (Raphael) Varane only 18 years old, "he continued.
"We tek ever wanted to get out of line to build the strength of a team that still leaves plenty of room for development and progress. We only recruit players who we think can develop and eventually play an important role for the team, surely they are good players, "he concluded.

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