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Real Madrid names up to 7 players in transfer list

James and Bale lead Real Madrid's transfer list for 2020-21 season

July 24, 2020 By Oscar Rojas
Reports from sources close to Los Blancos reveal that the club expects to earn a bit over $180M if all these moves take place.

Unsurprisingly, Gareth Bale and James Rodríguez have been named at the top of Zidane's list of players who are surplus to the team's requirements. While that was anticipated by most experts, what really stands out is the number of players that have been included in that list and the amount of money Real Madrid wants to raise from their potential moves.

Both the Welshman and James Rodríguez have been linked with high-profile moves to Premier League teams, but both would need to lower their wage demands in order to secure a move to the English top-flight. Added to that, their agents have ruled out loan deals for both footballers, which may limit Real Madrid's chances of cashing in on their departures.

Real Madrid's plans include to earn a bit over $180M from all their potential deals, and they are already closing in on that figure. Achraf Hakimi's move to Inter Milan will reportedly earn Los Blancos over $45M, while Javi Sánchez has also added to that number with a $4M move to Valladolid.

Another player set to part ways with the club is Luka Jovic, although the team's hierarchy is still toying with the possibility of letting the player leave on loan after paying over $60M for his services one year ago. AC Milan, Hertha Berlin and Monaco have reportedly approached Los Blancos to ask for his services, with the last option being the best for the footballer due to Niko Kovac's recent appointment as coach.

Three Spanish players that are ready to set sail from the club are Oscar Rodríguez (who was on loan at Leganés), Dani Ceballos and Jesús Vallejo. Rodríguez may be closing in on a permanent move to Villarreal for $20M, which may be a good option for a player that was not able to avoid relegation with Los Pepineros. Regarding Ceballos, the midfielder could seal a permanent move to Arsenal for around $32M, and Vallejo's future could see him stay at Granada or carrying on with his career in Germany, where he played for Eintracht Frankfurt a while ago. Real's asking price circles $15M.

Last, but not least, Mariano and Brahim Díaz could end up leaving the club after spending most of the recently concluded season watching the games from the stands. Neither player wants to leave the club, but Zidane has warned them about their minimal options to earn playing time next season. If anything, both players may leave the club on loan.

Considering the confirmed moves and the potential transfers, Real Madrid may have secured $116m, which is a bit far from the mark established by the club. Either way, it seems that it will be a busy summer at Real Madrid's offices as they prepare to play in the UEFA Champions League.


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