An insight into the plans of Spanish champions Real Madrid when it comes to outgoings this summer has been provided on Thursday.
Los Blancos, of course, are fresh off a stellar campaign.
After wrestling back the La Liga crown from city rivals Atletico, Carlo Ancelotti’s troops defied the odds time and time again on the European stage, to eventually secure a record 14th Champions League title.
REAL MADRID LEAD! 🔥
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Evidently, though, those in a position of power at the Santiago Bernabeu are of the opinion that the club’s star-studded squad nevertheless remains in need of fine tuning.
Already through the doors in the Spanish capital this summer have come both free agent Antonio Rudiger and French international sensation Aurelien Tchouameni.
And even this only comes after Real saw their long-standing efforts to strike lure Kylian Mbappe to Madrid come up short at the last.
Making way for the new faces set to take their place in Carlo Ancelotti’s squad over the coming weeks, though, will, of course, be the departures of a number of current members of Los Merengues’ ranks.
And, as alluded to above, on Thursday, an insight into precisely which players are expected to be moved on to pastures new has been provided.
The info comes courtesy of Mario Cortegana of Spanish outlet Marca.
As it is understood, the transfer team at the Bernabeu have sanctioned the sales of a trio of players, in the form of Dani Ceballos, Luka Jovic and, most notably, Marco Asensio..
🚨🎖| Marco Asensio, Ceballos and Luka Jovic will LEAVE Real Madrid this summer. @MarioCortegana
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