Real Madrid are reported to be still working on their list of players that they want to part ways with and with the sales of Raul de Tomas and Theo Hernandez expected to be announced soon, Los Blancos will take their income earned from transfers to €125m for this summer.
However, it has been reported that the above two players won’t be the last ones to leave the Santiago Bernabeu this year with Martin Odegaard on his way to Real Sociedad on a two-year loan and Sergio Reguilon too nearing his temporary move to Sevilla.
Marca report that Madrid will be doing everything they can to recover a lot of cash through sales this summer, mostly from the sale of James Rodriguez, who is expected to bring in around €45m by joining Napoli, with that particular deal being at an advanced stage.
Furthermore, Dani Ceballos is another who could depart for about €35m, with a number of English clubs showing an interest.
The rest of the squad except the above mentioned players, will travel to Canada for Real Madrid’s pre-season including Gareth Bale, who Los Blancos reportedly are open to selling for €80m but the player intends to stay on.
Not only that, a fee of €30m is being requested for Mariano Diaz, who has the same idea as Bale and wants to stay. Isco, Keylor Navas and Lucas Vazquez form the final trio of Real Madrid’s selling plan with reported price-tags of €80m, €10m and €25m respectively.
Meanwhile, La Liga’s fixtures for the new season have been released and Los Blancos will be facing Celta Vigo on August 18 in their first fixture.