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Real Madrid's options to replace Marcelo at left-back

Reguilón

Reguilón won the position off Marcelo after some poor performances by the Brazilian and hard work by the canterano. He started against Atlético Madrid and Ajax in Amsterdam and he has started a total of nine league games again Valladolid, Celta, Valencia, Betis, Sevilla, Espanyol, Alavés and Atlético de Madrid.

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Reguilón

Sergio Reguilón.

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Junior Firpo

Junior Firpo has become one of Real Madrid's main objectives next season. The left-back has been one of the sesations under Quique Setien at BEtis and Real Madrid are considering paying his €50 million release clause. They see him as a perfect replacement for Marcelo but Arsenal and Manchester City are both keen too.

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Junior Firpo

Junior Firpo.

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Theo Hernández

"I want to come back to Real Madrid and give everything," said Theo Hernandez recently. He has been better this season at Real Sociedad and while he didn't cover himself in glory at Real Madrid, he could be the logical replacement for Marcelo.

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Theo Hernández

Theo Hernandez.

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Alex Sandro

According to Tuttosport, Real Madrid could propose a swap deal between the two clubs involving Marcelo and Alex Sandro.

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Alex Sandro

Alex Sandro.

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Marcos Alonso

Marcos Alonso has always been linked with a move back to Real Madrid. The left-back was strongly considered under Lopetegui as the manager trained him with Spain's under-21s. He remains an option as a replacement for Marcelo if he should leave the club.

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Marcos Alonso

Marcos Alonso.

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