Real Madrid manager Zinedine Zidane has been able to galvanise his team in recent weeks-cum-months after an average start to the season.
The Frenchman has been able to propel Real Madrid to more consistent results and this has been possible with little input from new signings from last summer especially the offensive players.
Real Madrid signed the likes of Eden Hazard, Rodrygo, Luka Jovic, Ferland Mendy and Eder Militao last summer and a few of them have not lived up to the standard required of them but that won’t stop the Spanish La Liga giants from continuing their rebuild under French football legend and club legend Zidane.
Real Madrid will sell some players and also secure the signing of some players too when the summer’s transfer window comes around having failed to make any transfer in the just concluded winter transfer market.
New signings Eden Hazard and Luka Jovic have not been at the level required though the former can point to injuries as his major reason for a low output for the Los Merengues this season.
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Young Brazilian attacker Rodrygo and French left-back Ferland Mendy have proven to be decent signings, while Eder Militao has stepped up to his role whenever he has been called upon by Zidane.
Militao is the third choice centre back at Real Madrid behind skipper Sergio Ramos and Raphael Varane.
Let’s examine the players that could leave Real Madrid this summer.
1. Luka Jovic
The Serbian international was one of the most sought after players in European football last summer but his €60m move to Real Madrid has not worked out as he has been a flop. Luka Jovic won’t be short of transfer options in the summer.
The Spaniard has lost his place in the Real Madrid this season and he could leave the club in the summer.
3. Luka Modric
An ageing Luka Modric has one year left on his Real Madrid contract and it could be time for him to leave the club after a decade.