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Monday’s transfer rumors – Real Madrid set to sell EIGHT players this summer

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Real Madrid could axe EIGHT players this summer

Los Blancos plan to offload around eight ‘underperforming players’ in the summer transfer window.

Expect for Gareth Bale, whose contract ends in June, these eight outcasts won’t be able to leave the club as easily. Real Madrid want to sell them for ‘significant fees’.

The eight players in question are Dani Ceballos, Luka Jovic, Jesus Vallejo, Mariano Diaz, Takefusa Kubo, Reinier, Alvaro Odriozola and Brahim Diaz. Kubo and Reinier, however, are young and could still convince Real Madrid to keep them. [Marca]

Kylian Mbappe refuses to rule out PSG stay

Ten Hag’s Manchester United transfer wishlist revealed

Ajax boss Erik ten Hag wants to bring Brazilian winger Antony and Dutch defender Jurrien Timber with him if he takes charge of Manchester United.

The 52-year-old Dutchman recently interviewed for the manager’s job at Old Trafford. He questioned United’s recruitment plans during the meeting. Specifically, he wanted to know the club’s summer transfer budget and whether they would back him. [Mirror]

Haaland sets transfer deadline date

Borussia Dortmund striker Erling Haaland will decide his future by the end of April.

The 21-year-old Norwegian is hot on the radar of Real Madrid, Barcelona, and Manchester City. All three clubs have negotiated with Haaland, his family, and representatives for weeks. [Sport – in Spanish]

Chelsea & Man Utd target Declan Rice is ‘not for sale’

Barcelona learn Rudiger’s salary demands

Chelsea defender Antonio Rudiger has told Barcelona he wants around €7 million a year in salary.

The 29-year-old will become a free agent in June when his contract at Chelsea expires.

Rudiger’s half-brother/agent, Sahr Senesie, met with club representatives in Catalonia on Wednesday. However, Barcelona cannot match the German’s financial demands. They hope to lower them, before considering any agreement. [Sport – in Spanish]