Real Madrid’s ‘Exit Operation’ Made 98 Million Euros With More on Its Way

Carlo Ancelotti’s line-up has been severely cut, making Real Madrid the summer of his departure. The last name is of course Casemiro, and after his league financial endeavors, major Premier Manchester he plans to sign for United. More departures are expected to come though, as Los Blancos begin to streamline.

What About the Expired Contracts?

Three of the departures, namely Marcelo, Isco, and Gareth Bale have all been eliminated. Their epoch-making contract was coming to an end, however, the club did not seem to have any intention of renewing it.

The Fringe Players On Sale

Mario Gila, who made his debut for Ancelotti in the 2021-22 season, has been sold to Lazio for €6 million. Victor Chust was also sold to Cadiz and Luka Jovic moved to Fiorentina.

He left for free, nonetheless, Real Madrid would get 50% of any future sale of the Serbian forward.

Takefusa Kubo has permanently moved to Real Sociedad. Any attempt by Real Madrid to bring him back would cost them around €24 million.

Getafe have signed Borja Mayoral for €10m from Florentino Pérez after he returned from a loan spell in Roma.

Miguel Gutierrez and Reinier have moved to Girona to participate in an exciting project for the City Group team owners. Marvin Park will also be moving to Las Palmas.

The Players Casemiro, Odriozola, and Asensio Leave Real Madrid

All of these deals fetch around €98m, but that could easily become a hefty sum if Casemiro’s €70m move to Manchester United is confirmed. 

Marco Asensio, Mariano Diaz, and Alvaro Odriozola are all looking to find new clubs, and others are all trying to find new clubs as they may leave before the time window ends. More of that 98 million euros is indeed on its way, and Madrid is to gain this profit soon.

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