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Real Madrid looking to offload six players

Real Madrid looking to offload six players to raise $225M for Pogba move

July 10, 2019 By Ali M.
Here are the names on the Blancos chopping block.

Real Madrid's interest in Paul Pogba is no secret. Los Blancos are eager to bring the Frenchman to Santiago Bernabeu but know they must raise money before they can fund a move.

According to Marca, the Spanish giants are aiming to generate $225M before launching their campaign to bring the World Cup winner to Madrid. Sadly, this means six players are up on the chopping block.

James Rodriguez is one of the unwanted players at Les Merengues but the Colombian is on the brink of joining Napoli. The club's two biggest concerns are Gareth Bale and Isco, two high-profiled names who they wish to sell.

The conundrum is neither want to leave Real Madrid. Of the two, the Spaniard is the only one that "would be welcome by Zinedine Zidane" for the 2019/20 campaign.

There have been offers from China for Bale but the Welshman is reportedly ready to stay and fight for a place in the squad. Isco, meanwhile, believes he can return to his best under Zizou despite struggling with playing time under his reign on occasions.

Keylor Navas, Lucas Vazquez, and Mariano Diaz are the remaining players on the chopping back. The latter two have been linked with Arsenal but those are nothing more than rumors at this point.

Man United have slapped a $169M price tag on Pogba. The midfielder desires a Real Madrid move but unless the 13-time Champions League winners come up with the cash, the Red Devils will be in no rush to sell.

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