Spaniard Rafael Nadal, multiple Grand Slam winner, said that he would like to become president of the Real Madrid football club, but at the moment he does not meet the requirements for this position.
— Do I want to become president of Real Madrid? I don’t have such a dream, but I would like to do it. However, there is nothing more to say now, because we have the best possible president. Life takes many turns and you have to ask yourself if you are capable of certain actions. I don’t think I meet these requirements yet.
Real Madrid have won all their matches this season. They’re off to a good start, but we’re at the very beginning of the journey. There are injuries to important players: Courtois, Militao, Vinicius… You never know what can happen. That’s sport. We made one spectacular signing, say Bellingham, but a few more strikers would be nice.
I would welcome Mbappé with open arms. Who doesn’t like Mbappé? However, he is not obliged to come when the fans ask him to,” Nadal was quoted as saying by Marca, quoting Movistar.
Nadal, 37, is the Roland Garros record holder with 14 victories. In total, the Spaniard has won 22 Grand Slam tournaments. Previously, the tennis player said that he plans to retire next season.
Source : MatchTV
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