Varane, Isco and Marcelo set for Real Madrid exit
The departure of the trio this summer could generate over 100 million euro in transfer fees and a considerable saving on their salaries.
With the conclusion of the 2020/21 league campaign, thoughts now turn to the future with plenty of changes in the pipeline at Real Madrid after a reasonably disappointing campaign for 'Los Blancos'. Three players initially are primed for an exit from the Bernabéu this summer with: Varane, Marcelo and Isco set to leave. The club is hoping to generate approximately 100 million euro from their cumulative sales and will save on the salaries associated with each individual. This money will then be used in the ongoing drive to sign PSG striker Mbappé.
Fresh pastures for Varane
Varane has a year left on his current contract and is keen to play in a different league with Real Madrid happy to cash-in on the French defender and anticipate generating between 50-60 million euro for his sale. David Alaba is poised to join Real Madrid from Bayern Munich on a free transfer and is a natural replacement.
Despite Zidane's trust in both Marcelo and Isco, discreet seasons have seen both players relegated further down the pecking order and a saving of eight million euro in wages per player is considered an astute move bu club officials anxious to save money.
Marcelo, now 33 is out of contract in 2022 with Sevilla one of the interested parties in securing Isco's services.
It's anticipated that there will be other comings and goings at the Santiago Bernabéu over the summer months with the wave of exits set to be led by this trio of players.
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