Real Madrid open to selling any player this summer for the right bid except for these five players

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Real Madrid is under a major rebuilding process as this summer their first-choice centre-back pair, Sergio Ramos and Raphael Varane have both left the club. Real Madrid have signed David Alaba on a free transfer who will partner Nacho or Militao at the heart of the defence.

However, the Real Madrid board are open to selling any player for the right offer this summer. Only David Alaba who recently joined won’t be sold. The other four untouchable players are Courtois, Benzema, Valverde and Vinicius. Apart from these 5 players, Real Madrid will hear all the offers.

The case of Martin Odegaard is a strange one. He completed his loan spell at Arsenal last season and returned to Real Madrid in the summer. And now, Madrid are ready to sell the player for the right price. Their recent big-money signing, Eden Hazard is also in the market if a big offer arrives.


Until 31st August, offers could be made to Real Madrid for various members of the squad. But even if there is any sell, Real Madrid won’t be signing any new player this summer. They are only focused on signing their long-term target Kylian Mbappe.

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