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Real Madrid plans to oust 10 players to include Pogba and Mbappe, most notably Bill and Marcelo


Spanish press reports revealed that Real Madrid dreams of including the French duo Paul Pogba and Kylian Mbappe after the Euro 2020, in addition to a third player in the attack center in order to close the Mercato file before the new season, but the economic crisis that the club is experiencing prevents it from concluding any major contracts before Some players give up.


The Spanish "Defense Central" website stated that the economic crisis will prompt the club's president, Florentino Perez, to develop a plan in order to achieve his dream of including the 3 players, but it will cost the club to give up 10 players at once.


Perez put a list of 10 players for sale: Gareth Bale, Isco, Ceballos, Mariano Diaz, Odriozola and Vallejo, in addition to Marcelo and Luka Jovic, along with Persian defender Rafael Varane to leave Real Madrid this summer, and he also plans to continue loaning Kubo and Ibrahima Diaz or even sell them this summer in case A satisfactory offer was received to contract with them.


The site indicated that Real Madrid's first goal is to sign French winger Kylian Mbappe, who Paris Saint-Germain requested 180 million euros to give up this summer, and the second goal is French midfielder Paul Pogba, whose contract with Manchester United expires next summer.


Perez also aspires to include a new striker and has identified a list of 3 players headed by Robert Lewandowski, along with Swedish striker Isaac, and young Spaniard Gerard Moreno.


Real Madrid had announced his contract with Austrian defender David Alaba in a free transfer deal during the current summer transfer period, and Real Madrid captain Sergio Ramos left after the end of his contract.


It is noteworthy that Spanish press reports have talked about Real Madrid's desire to make a reciprocal deal with Manchester United in order to include Paul Pogba, as Varane, the 28-year-old, has a contract with Real Madrid that ends in June 2022.

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