Tennis Legend Rafael Nadal Interested in Becoming Real Madrid President
Rafael Nadal, the tennis legend and 22-time Grand Slam champion, has revealed his ambition to become the president of Real Madrid one day. The Spaniard, who is currently working towards a comeback after being out of action since January, discussed his future in a recent interview with Spanish broadcaster Movistar Plus. Although he praised the current president Florentino Perez, Nadal expressed interest in taking on the role in the future.
Real Madrid Fanatic Nadal Wants Another Striker, Eyes Kylian Mbappe
As a dedicated Real Madrid fan, Nadal shared his desire for the club to sign another striker, with Kylian Mbappe at the top of his wishlist. The tennis star, who believes that Real Madrid is bigger than any individual player, expressed his admiration for Mbappe and stated that he would be delighted if the French superstar joined the club. However, Nadal acknowledged that it is ultimately Mbappe's decision and that he does not have any obligation to come to Real Madrid.
No Frustration Over Grand Slam Tally
During his time out injured, Nadal has seen Novak Djokovic surpass his record of Grand Slam titles, with the Serbian currently at 24 Grand Slam wins. When asked about his feelings on being overtaken by his rival, Nadal shared that he is not frustrated. He believes that he has done everything within his capabilities to achieve success and that Djokovic's achievement is a result of his intense drive and determination.
Future Executive Role
As Nadal continues to work towards his successful return to tennis, he has also hinted at the possibility of turning towards an executive role in the future. While discussing his potential as Real Madrid president, Nadal expressed the need for self-awareness and understanding one's limitations. He emphasized that time will eventually reveal what the future holds for him.