Real Madrid ready for an exodus, but in the past has been wrong


Team full of stars automatically means a lot of players who need space. At Real Madrid they know well, but they still do not stop investing in the markets, in search of the best profiles to remain at the top of the Olympus of world football.

This year the list of players leaving the “Bernabeu” is particularly interesting and offers for those interested valuable names to relaunch to demonstrate, as has often happened in the past that failing at Real does not mean you do not deserve higher levels with Italian clubs ready to take advantage.

The one who is closer to Serie A is Luka Jovic, a striker left in the shadows by Benzema, but who has done well at Eintracht Frankfurt. Now Fiorentina is ready to give him space, once the details on the 6 million euro salary that will be divided in half between the two clubs are settled.

Slightly higher salary that of Marco Asensios, who receives a little more than 7 million, a figure that Milan needs to reduce to get the player under Pioli’s orders. Milan, it is worth remembering that Brahim Diaz is on the roster, he is also on loan from Real until 2023.

Then there is Reiner, a winger born in 2002 who returns to Madrid from Borussia Dortmund. For him there have been rumors linking him to Rome, but only that. All of these strikers want to leave on loan, although there are also like Mariano Diaz who loudly seeks to be sold.


The list of players for whom Real have to decide what to do, includes players who are not in the foreground or not so young, such as Dani Ceballos who returns from Arsenal, or Alvaro Odriozola who makes the opposite journey with him of Jovetic, from Florence to Madrid with the dream of staying.

We should not forget Borja Mayoral, a year and a half in Rome before settling in Getafe a few months ago. To move to defense, Jesus Vallejo who at first seemed to be the successor to Sergio Ramos, but needed the space he found in Mallorca, was overtaken by Nacho Fernandez as the third choice after Militao-Alaba, or also Takefusa Kubo, the Japanese who befriended Mayoral at Getafe.

In the past it has happened not infrequently that players left in the shadows at Real then shine with other teams, Sneijder, Samuel or Cambiasso for Inter, or Arjen Robben for Bayern, or to come in time two of the most wingers strong at the moment, Hakim who was at Inter before going to PSG and Theo Hernandez at Milan.