Real Madrid transfers: Ranking the club’s last 20 signings from worst to best – Galactico policy failing?

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15) Diego Lopez

A backup goalkeeper who filled in for Iker Casillas at points, Diego Lopez was never really good enough to be first choice and was promptly sold to AC Milan.

14) Keylor Navas

Another backup keeper who has not yet managed to impress, Keylor Navas looked a decent signing at first but has proven a bit of a waste of money given his lack of playing time.

13) Javier Hernandez

Signed on loan from Manchester United in a somewhat desperate move, Javier Hernandez played his backup role well enough but was never Real Madrid quality.

12) Lucas Silva

A promising youngster who has not yet had the chance to feature regularly and display his potential, Lucas Silva may not have long to prove himself at the Bernabeu.

11) Fabio Coentrao

A decent squad player but little more, Fabio Coentrao has not looked worth the money Real paid for him, but would probably be a regular at a large number of other clubs.

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