Laliga giant Real Madrid to release nine players ahead of the summer transfer
Gareth Bale, Isco, and Marcelo have all left Real Madrid, leaving a plethora of titles and sensations in their wake. Bale and Isco’s departures had been all but confirmed after several years as two of the best players in the world, but Marcelo had expressed his wish to stay at Real Madrid.
Real Madrid’s transformation is far from complete. There could be another six guys who have no idea what’s going to happen to them. It’s unknown whether they’ll be successful in the long run. They’re all tied together by a contract. For four of them, there is only one more season left. Real Madrid’s leaders will treat everyone with respect, but they will not sell players at a premium.
The fates of Dani Ceballos, Marco Asensio, Luka Jovic, Mariano Diaz, Jesus Vallejo, and Andriy Lunin have all been called into question. Not everyone, though, is in the same boat. No way, by a long shot.
The first two examples are the most notable because of their football significance. Because no renewal proposals have been made, the ball is currently in the hands of the players and their entourage. They may opt to join another team or remain with Los Blancos in order to gain more playing time and opportunities. To put it another way, you either don’t feel valued elsewhere or you’re having trouble playing for Real Madrid.
Last season, Asensio was the third-highest goal scorer, and it would be fantastic if he wanted to stay and finish his deal. Carlo Ancelotti will know how to offer him minutes and opportunities, but he is unlikely to be re-signed very soon.
The Spaniard has voiced a wish to be more visible, while admitting to feeling significant during the season. He will have many opportunities because he is a well-known persona. Jorge Mendes is receptive to new ideas.
Ceballos has earned everyone’s trust in the last weeks of the season, but he has not been offered a contract extension, unlike Asensio. Real Betis would welcome him, but the club’s goal is to end the financial year on a positive note, which will necessitate selling some assets before focusing on enhancing Manuel Pellegrini’s squad. The Andalusian midfielder will not be sold by Real Madrid.
The impending World Cup in Qatar is either a nuisance or an incentive, depending on your point of view. A lack of playing time early in the season could be a worry.