List of 5 possible players expected to leave Madrid this summer

List of 5 possible players expected to leave Madrid this summer

Prepare for an epic summer clear-out, Madridistas!

James Rodriguez - €8.5m
The Colombian continues to struggle for game time under Zinedine Zidane and a loan spell with Bayern Munich hasn't changed his situation.

He could choose to stay on with Real Madrid for another season but would that benefit anybody here? Not really.

Los Blancos would have to continue paying his wages when they're strapped for cash while he's unable to play regularly. And going out on loan could be another option but when you play for a club like Bayern and still fail to make the cut, perhaps it's the universe's way of saying it is time for an exit.

Now, Madrid are demanding €8.5m for James' services, with interest from Everton but according to Transfermarkt, he's valued at €32m.

Sergio Reguilon - €25m
The impressive left-back has been stunning while on loan and as a result, he's been linked with numerous Premier League sides.

With Marcelo and Ferland Mendy occupying the left-back spots at Madrid, maybe it would be better for the 23-year-old to seek a move elsewhere.

His stats show his talent and it would be criminal for him to continue for Los Blancos without enough opportunities. Earlier, we'd reported that the Whites are willing to let him leave for €25m and that's exactly what he's valued at on Transfermarkt as well.

Dani Ceballos - €25m
Another player who has impressed on loan, talks surrounding Ceballos' future has become more confusing than a Christopher Nolan movie.

There is a possibility for him to return to Arsenal either on loan or permanently. However, his former club Real Betis are also interested in signing him, with Madrid looking to generate about €25m from selling him.

On a side note, he's valued at €32m by Transfermarkt.

Oscar Rodriguez - €20m
The attacking midfielder spent the previous season on loan at Leganes and he has been earmarked as one of the players who could be sold this transfer window.

He scored 9 goals and provided 2 assists in the La Liga in 2019/20, leading to interest from AC Milan. As a result, Los Blancos have slapped on a €20m price tag on his services while Transfermarkt value him at €15m.

Gareth Bale - €17m
Now, let's address the elephant in the room. Madrid are actually considering paying Bale to make him leave the club. Yep, let that sink in.

There is simply no other way to put it but Bale must leave the club this transfer window - no ifs or buts. This drama has gone on for far too long and we've had enough of his antics on the bench.

The Whites are willing to let him leave for €17m - even though Transfermarkt have valued him at €28m.
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