Premier League clubs are on alert Real Madrid reportedly ready to move on to six of his stars who don’t have time to work.
“Los Blancos” is ready to sign Killian Mbape this summer and will try to move Erling Haaland, but in order to bring both, they will need to free up space in their payroll funds. Although they are higher La Liga at some distance, Carlo Ancelotti’s team has been criticized.
It looks like the Spanish giants are listening to this criticism and will be doing something like a major overhaul this summer. Several stars with big names risk being moved on because they failed to match their significant prices.
According to AS, Madrid will give priority to six players, in particular to facilitate the signing of Mbape. It is stated that in order for “Los Blancos” to fulfill their plans for the summer, it will be “necessary” for several players to leave, and some deals will probably be easier than others.
The three outlets are described as “certified”, with Gareth Bale, Marcello and Isca not being offered new contracts. They have “not particularly” contributed to the Ancelotti team, so will not extend their deals, creating almost £ 50 million in salary limits in La Liga.
But it is predicted that the other three departures will be a “hard nut to crack” to facilitate, and the players themselves are unlikely to agree to an exit. The three stars are Eden Hazard, Mariana Diaz and Luka Jovic, with Madrid hoping to release £ 42m in wages by selling the trio, steps that will be “significant” for La Liga to complete the signing they are counting on.
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Azar is expected to be “the hardest” in finding a new club, his salary of 25 million pounds a year “scares” all the grooms. It is stated that Madrid could repeat the strategy according to which Bale joined Tottenham on loan last season, in the hope that Hazard will be able to regain his form by next summer.
Madrid will seek to use his desire to play in the World Cup to persuade him to leave, and it is unlikely Ancelotti will make him a key player next season at the Bernabeu. This may mean that the lease will be his only chance to claim a place in the Belgian national team, although Los Blancas wants any potential groom to cover at least part of his salary.
Jovic also failed after making big money at the Bernabeu, scoring just three goals since arriving in 2019. His salary is not “too high”, which will help Madrid in negotiations with the future new club, although disputes plague him time in Spain may hinder departure.
Finally, Mariana has hardly played for Madrid since arriving in 2018, given the form of Karim Benzema. But the Brazilian “refused” to leave the club three seasons in a row, because he does not want to give up life in the Spanish capital.
Iska, Bale, Azar and Jovic may be of interest to Premier League clubs, but Marianne certainly won’t. Although he is likely to refuse to leave again, Madrid will make it clear that he will not be offered a new contract if his current deal ends in 2023.