Yea, but Madrid wouldn't be getting him for goals, more so the marketability combined with a regular Vinicius factor. This club needs a dribbler like fish needs water. The biggest short-term benefit would be to get the crowd back onto the stadium, which is difficult to do without any new guys.
I don't know why the Brexit argument and the tensions with Russians are being ignored by some altogether. I believe there were pretty serious speculations that Roman would be forced to sell the club after UK expelled Russian diplomats and that he seems disinterested in it anyway. Man had to apply for Israeli citizenship just to get into the country, is still being investigated and cannot work. Now they've equally been handed a ban so cannot bring in a replacement, but at the very least they could throw some money into a good contract for CHO until politics settle down.
When Hazard comes to La Liga next season he's going to open a lot of eyes and shut a lot of mouths.