The midfielder is keen to move to gain regular playing time; Atlético and Sevilla are options in Spain while offers have come in from the Premier League and Bundesliga.
Marcos Llorente is set to leave Real Madrid this summer and England could be his next destination. The midfielder doesn't figure in Zidane's immediate plans and AS understands that he has received offers from a number of Premier League clubs - the league which attracts him the most out of all of Europe's major leagues (Chelsea are one of the clubs he has been linked to although they have been served a two-window transfer ban; Arsenal and Manchester United are also reported to be interested). His superb season on loan at Alavés in 2016-17, his age (he's still only 24) and the fact that he came up through the youth ranks at Real Madrid give Llorente a certain cachet in Spain too. Atlético de Madrid have a bid lined up should Rodrigo move to Manchester City while Sevilla are also keen (Monchi wanted to sign him for Roma). But right now, he'd rather try his luck away from Spain...
Bundesliga or Premier League
Llorente is under contract until 2021 and the question is whether to loan him out (he could renew his contract if that happens) or sell him with the option to buy him back. The latter is looking more likely. In Germany, Eintracht Frankfurt have made it known that they would be delighted to take Llorente, who has totalled just 2,182 minutes playing time over the past two seasons. Only under Santiago Solari was he given an opportunity with the first team and now that Zidane has returned, he has fallen down the order once again.