Ranking all the first-team signings that Real Madrid has made in the 2019/2020 season based on their performances.
After the appointment of Zinedine Zidane for the 2019-2020 season, Real Madrid has managed to win the La Liga title, defeating reigning champions Barcelona in the first year back as manager for the Frenchman. A few signings were made as replacements or backups for positions, which have helped immensely in increasing the squad depth which Zidane so ingeniously exploited in the teams favor across the season. However, not all the signings have been great or majorly helped the team, even though they provide more options for the coach. We will be ranking the worst to the best first-team worthy signings that Los Blancos have made in the 2019-2020 season.
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EDEN HAZARD| THE POOREST SIGNING
The Belgian winger from Chelsea had established himself as one of the best players in the Premier League with his tenure at the club. With exceptional dribbling skills, good pace, and great finishing fans were excited to see the addition of the 29-year-old to the squad, especially as he was seen as a replacement for Cristiano Ronaldo. However, the Belgian has failed to live up to expectations and can even be termed as a flop as he has scored just 1 goal and assisted 7 in 22 appearances for the club for the whole season, compared to the 21 goals and 17 assists he provided for Chelsea the season before. Sadly, the former Lille man can be termed as the worst signing for the Spanish giants, especially looking at the hefty price of 115 million euros that they paid for him.