Real Madrid have spent more than 303 million euros for six players, none of whom has proved to be worth the sum they have paid.

All attempts by Zinedine Zidane to revolutionize the Meringue line-up have always gone unheeded, preferring to start with experience and experience for newcomers.

The new players have been unconvincing this season:

Eden Hazard (100 million euros): The Chelsea player was seen as a new Galacticos star at the Bernabeu, especially as he was a great performer with the Blues last season, but scored only one goal in the Merengue shirt against Granada, but the club and Zidane The masses expect him a lot because of his great talent and because he is the only newcomer to start with.

- Serbian Luka Jovic (60 million euros): So far the former Bayer Leverkusen striker shows a disappointing contract, the player has played eight games with his new team and has not yet conceded the net .. It is true that he is 21 years old but can understand why he began to question his potential compared to the large amount Who paid for his move to the Bernabéu.

Brazilian midfielder Eder Melitao (50 million euros): A young 21-year-old, signed by Real as a future player, does not participate because Sergio Ramos and Rafael Varane are indispensable at the heart of Real's defense.

Frenchman Ferland Mendy (48 million euros): French fullback Marcelo has been removed from the starting line-up but his form has slumped after injury. He has only played three games this season, and hopes are high if he is out of action.

- Brazilian Rodrigo Goss (45 million euros): Brazilian youth confused between the first and second team, because he is only 18 years old, has participated in two games with the first team and scored a goal against Osasuna .. Zidane adopts a policy of patience with the player.

Frenchman Alphonse Arriola (2.2 million euros): Arriola joined on loan from Paris Saint-Germain as a replacement for Chilean Navas. He has made a remarkable performance in his three matches and is competing with Courtois to take the lead in the Royal goalkeeper.