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REAL MADRID

Real Madrid: Seven men who could well leave in the summer

Keylor Navas

Unless his first-team role changes, Keylor Navas is one of the prime candidates to leave this summer: the Costa Rican is Real Madrid's goalkeeper in the Copa del Rey, but in LaLiga and the Champions League has had to settle for the status of understudy to Thibaut Courtois. With the Belgian injured, Navas started against Real Betis last Sunday, but can expect little more LaLiga game time beyond that in 2018/19. He has certainly not made a song and dance about his predicament, but has indicated that he needs regular football and, having been number one for Madrid's back-to-back-to-back Champions League wins, is at a loss to explain his relegation to the bench. He has just become a client of super-agent Jorge Mendes, who has already secured the former Levante man an improved contract at the Bernabéu. Barring a volte-face in the keeper's situation at Madrid, the next step will surely be to seek him a new club, with the Premier League looking a likely destination.

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Keylor Navas

Unless his first-team role changes, Keylor Navas is one of the prime candidates to leave this summer: the Costa Rican is Real Madrid's goalkeeper in the Copa del Rey, but in LaLiga and the Champions League has had to settle for the status of understudy to Thibaut Courtois. With the Belgian injured, Navas started against Real Betis last Sunday, but can expect little more LaLiga game time beyond that in 2018/19. He has certainly not made a song and dance about his predicament, but has indicated that he needs regular football and, having been number one for Madrid's back-to-back-to-back Champions League wins, is at a loss to explain his relegation to the bench. He has just become a client of super-agent Jorge Mendes, who has already secured the former Levante man an improved contract at the Bernabéu. Barring a volte-face in the keeper's situation at Madrid, the next step will surely be to seek him a new club, with the Premier League looking a likely destination.

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Jesús Vallejo

Jesús Vallejo has managed just two first-team appearances this season, on each occasion in games of little significance: a Copa del Rey second leg against lowly Melilla (with Madrid 4-0 up from the opener), and a Champions League clash with CSKA Moscow that the holders went into already through to the last 16 as group winners. Indeed, the defender has now slipped behind Javi Sánchez in the pecking order, despite the Castilla captain not even having a first-team contract. Vallejo's repeated injuries have stunted his development, but he is a player who remains highly rated within the club, so Los Blancos are weighing up sending him back out on loan (he enjoyed a successful temporary spell at Eintracht Frankfurt in 2016/17) and giving him another crack at life at the Bernabéu further down the line.

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Jesús Vallejo

Jesús Vallejo has managed just two first-team appearances this season, on each occasion in games of little significance: a Copa del Rey second leg against lowly Melilla (with Madrid 4-0 up from the opener), and a Champions League clash with CSKA Moscow that the holders went into already through to the last 16 as group winners. Indeed, the defender has now slipped behind Javi Sánchez in the pecking order, despite the Castilla captain not even having a first-team contract. Vallejo's repeated injuries have stunted his development, but he is a player who remains highly rated within the club, so Los Blancos are weighing up sending him back out on loan (he enjoyed a successful temporary spell at Eintracht Frankfurt in 2016/17) and giving him another crack at life at the Bernabéu further down the line.

Photo: FELIPE SEVILLANO DIARIO AS

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Marcelo

This season, there are more question marks over Marcelo's future than pretty much at any other time in his Real Madrid career. A player well short of top form in 2018/19, his numerous individual errors - such as those against Atlético Madrid in the UEFA Super Cup, and against Villarreal and Real Sociedad in LaLiga - have cost Los Blancos goals, points and trophies. On top of that, there are the not infrequent injuries. The Brazilian's not-always-assiduous attitude to his defensive duties has been a feature of his career, but has tended to be offset by the kind of attacking influence brought by no other full-back in the world. This term, though, he has offered precious little going forward. Juventus have let it be known that they'd be up for snapping him up, with former Madrid club-mate Cristiano Ronaldo keen to link back up with him in Turin. A summer bid from the Bianonceri would therefore appear to be in the offing.

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Marcelo

This season, there are more question marks over Marcelo's future than pretty much at any other time in his Real Madrid career. A player well short of top form in 2018/19, his numerous individual errors - such as those against Atlético Madrid in the UEFA Super Cup, and against Villarreal and Real Sociedad in LaLiga - have cost Los Blancos goals, points and trophies. On top of that, there are the not infrequent injuries. The Brazilian's not-always-assiduous attitude to his defensive duties has been a feature of his career, but has tended to be offset by the kind of attacking influence brought by no other full-back in the world. This term, though, he has offered precious little going forward. Juventus have let it be known that they'd be up for snapping him up, with former Madrid club-mate Cristiano Ronaldo keen to link back up with him in Turin. A summer bid from the Bianonceri would therefore appear to be in the offing.

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Luka Modric

Now 33, Luka Modric is in a harder and harder battle to consistently reproduce his best form. Real Madrid boss Santiago Solari is aware of this and, just like predecessor Julen Lopetegui, is at pains to rest the Croatia captain when he can. However, Madrid's lengthy injury list is not making that easy for the Bernabéu boss. He flirted with a move to Inter Milan last summer, but the Serie A club's attempts to prise the Ballon d'Or winner-to-be away from Spain on a free were given short shrift by Los Blancos. The episode ended up with Modric being handed an improved contract by Madrid, but Inter remain keen, and now have their sights on luring the former Tottenham Hotspur man to Milan at the end of this season. Indeed, Madrid are already looking at possible replacements, with Spurs' Christian Eriksen a target.

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Luka Modric

Now 33, Luka Modric is in a harder and harder battle to consistently reproduce his best form. Real Madrid boss Santiago Solari is aware of this and, just like predecessor Julen Lopetegui, is at pains to rest the Croatia captain when he can. However, Madrid's lengthy injury list is not making that easy for the Bernabéu boss. He flirted with a move to Inter Milan last summer, but the Serie A club's attempts to prise the Ballon d'Or winner-to-be away from Spain on a free were given short shrift by Los Blancos. The episode ended up with Modric being handed an improved contract by Madrid, but Inter remain keen, and now have their sights on luring the former Tottenham Hotspur man to Milan at the end of this season. Indeed, Madrid are already looking at possible replacements, with Spurs' Christian Eriksen a target.

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Isco

Going purely on his predicament in the here and now, Isco would seem to be odds on to depart Real Madrid. He has started just twice in 16 games under current Madrid boss Santiago Solari, with whom he appears to have a relationship that can at best be described as frosty. However, unless Solari wins LaLiga or the Champions League, the Argentine looks unlikely to be in the Bernabéu dugout next season, and the arrival of a new coach could well change things for the Andalusian. He didn't have it all his own way under Carlo Ancelotti, Rafa Benítez and Zinedine Zidane, either, but ended up being an important figure for all three and was a starter in the past two Champions League finals. If he decides to leave, he won't be short of suitors: Manchester City are long-term admirers, and Juventus are also being linked with a move for the 26-year-old, who has a 700-million-euro release clause.

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Isco

Going purely on his predicament in the here and now, Isco would seem to be odds on to depart Real Madrid. He has started just twice in 16 games under current Madrid boss Santiago Solari, with whom he appears to have a relationship that can at best be described as frosty. However, unless Solari wins LaLiga or the Champions League, the Argentine looks unlikely to be in the Bernabéu dugout next season, and the arrival of a new coach could well change things for the Andalusian. He didn't have it all his own way under Carlo Ancelotti, Rafa Benítez and Zinedine Zidane, either, but ended up being an important figure for all three and was a starter in the past two Champions League finals. If he decides to leave, he won't be short of suitors: Manchester City are long-term admirers, and Juventus are also being linked with a move for the 26-year-old, who has a 700-million-euro release clause.

Photo: PEPE ANDRES DIARIO AS

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Gareth Bale

Following Cristiano Ronaldo's departure, Real Madrid placed their faith in Gareth Bale as their franchise player. However, time is proving that decision to be a mistake: Bale continues to be dogged by injury and, when he is fit, alternates the odd fine showing - such as his hat-trick against Kashima Antlers - with anonymous performances and goal droughts. He has 10 goals to his name this term, not enough for a man called on to spearhead the side's attack. To make matters worse, he has left his commitment to the cause open to question, recently being caught leaving the Bernabéu in the 78th minute of Madrid's defeat to Real Sociedad as his team-mates desperately sought to get back into the game. Twice voted as PFA Player of the Year while at Tottenham Hotspur, the Welshman's stock remains sky high in the Premier League.

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Gareth Bale

Following Cristiano Ronaldo's departure, Real Madrid placed their faith in Gareth Bale as their franchise player. However, time is proving that decision to be a mistake: Bale continues to be dogged by injury and, when he is fit, alternates the odd fine showing - such as his hat-trick against Kashima Antlers - with anonymous performances and goal droughts. He has 10 goals to his name this term, not enough for a man called on to spearhead the side's attack. To make matters worse, he has left his commitment to the cause open to question, recently being caught leaving the Bernabéu in the 78th minute of Madrid's defeat to Real Sociedad as his team-mates desperately sought to get back into the game. Twice voted as PFA Player of the Year while at Tottenham Hotspur, the Welshman's stock remains sky high in the Premier League.

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Mariano Díaz

What the future holds for Mariano Díaz at Real Madrid is really anyone's guess. Since returning from Lyon in August, injuries have prevented the striker from showing that he can provide what this Madrid side is most short on: goals. The fact that Mariano has a five-year contract at the club suggests Los Merengues will want to persevere with him beyond the summer, though. Having scored a fine goal on his debut against Roma, a lack of luck and fitness has robbed him of the chance to challenge for a regular run in the side. He appears to have got over his sciatica problems, but has now not played since early December and it remains to be seen how long the 25-year-old takes to get himself back fully match fit. One thing that could work in his favour as he bids to establish himself, however, is Solari's current shortage of available options going forward.

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Mariano Díaz

What the future holds for Mariano Díaz at Real Madrid is really anyone's guess. Since returning from Lyon in August, injuries have prevented the striker from showing that he can provide what this Madrid side is most short on: goals. The fact that Mariano has a five-year contract at the club suggests Los Merengues will want to persevere with him beyond the summer, though. Having scored a fine goal on his debut against Roma, a lack of luck and fitness has robbed him of the chance to challenge for a regular run in the side. He appears to have got over his sciatica problems, but has now not played since early December and it remains to be seen how long the 25-year-old takes to get himself back fully match fit. One thing that could work in his favour as he bids to establish himself, however, is Solari's current shortage of available options going forward.

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