Top 5 players who failed to shine after their transfer to Real Madrid

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Real Madrid is a club that many players hope to play for, but it has been revealed that the club has been reluctant to show patience with its players and coaches.

Many players have had their dream of playing for Real Madrid come true, but after their arrival at the Bernabeu they have failed to shine as before.

Here we have 5 players who regretted wearing white Real Madrid football jerseys.

1. Kaka

Kaka, a Brazilian who played a key role at AC Milan, said: "Real Madrid is his dream, but after his return the club lost what he was playing for. He said:" I can't do what I did. to AC Milan. I completely lost my football in Italy, everyone loved me, but in Sifen they all want me to leave them alone. "

The 2007 Ballon d'Or winner and finalist for the next two seasons, has decided to move on. He has won everything possible for his Italian club and wants a new challenge for Real Madrid but has failed to do so.

One of the challenges is that, with the arrival of Cristiano Ronaldo and Mesut Ozil, Kaka has been forced to play on the sidelines instead of his central midfield, and injury has also played a role in ruining his game at Real Madrid. He has represented Real Madrid a total of 85 times in the league, scoring 23 goals before moving to his beloved Milan.

2. Michael Owen

Owen is the last Englishman to win the Ballon d’Or having been given the number 11 shirt at Real Madrid. He was honored at Anfield where he scored in almost every game, until he joined Real Madrid in turmoil in 2004. Owen played for eight years in all competitions for Real Madrid, scoring 158 goals before and 48 in the past, but later his star faded after an injury restricted him to Real Madrid.

3. Nuri Sahin

Sahin arrived at Real Madrid for 9 million after winning the Bundesliga Player of the Season award. His time in Spain was not bad, he only played four games and failed to score a single goal. He was then loaned out to Liverpool before being transferred to his former club Dortmund, who signed a permanent deal in 2014. Despite his return to Germany, the Turkish international has not struggled as much as he has since the transfer of Shekar. made to Real Madrid, finally sold to Werder Bremen.

4. David Beckham

He was signed by Manchester United and signed by Real Madrid, but after his arrival the club failed to shine as much as he did at Manchester United due to the change of style of Real Madrid with Figo and Zidane in a 5-3-2 formation.

5. Klaas-Jan Huntelaar

The striker has impressed for Ajax and was signed by Real Madrid for 20 million. He has scored eight goals in 20 appearances, with Real Madrid expressing their displeasure and sending him to Milan.

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