Real Madrid have decided to part ways with on-loan midfielder Dani Ceballos. The club will listen to offers from €25m.
Mikel Arteta: "I am really happy with Ceballos. He's evolving the right way and has become a really important player for us. We are talking to the club - obviously we don't own the player, it's not in our hands. The clubs need to have communication and see what we can do."
Real Madrid have decided to part ways with Luka Jovic. Initial idea of the club was to loan him out but now the club is open to a permanent sale. He's been a major disappointment. [Marca]
Bundesliga club Hertha Berlin have shown interest in Real Madrid's striker Luka Jovic, Real Madrid is ready to listen to offers for the Serbian. [Marca]
Marcelo suffers from a muscle injury close to his left thigh and will be out for 2 weeks.
Leaked updated Real Madrid home kit for next season. [FootyHeadlines]
Real Betis are interested in Real Madrid's forward Brahim Diaz. They want him on loan and will contact Madrid soon. [mundodeportivo]
Villarreal and Sevilla both want Real Madrid loanee Oscar Rodriguez next season and he's likely to leave. [TheAthleticUK]
Real Madrid will sell Jesus Vallejo in the upcoming transfer window. The structure of the deal will be similar to the recent transfer of Javi Sánchez, RM’s plan is to sell 50% of Vallejo’s rights & retain the remaining half, in the process banking around 7.5m euros. [diarioas]
Ødegaard has asked Real Madrid to let him stay at La Real for one more season. He prefers developing with Imanol Alguacil. His effort and commitment is leaving La Real officials open-mouthed. [libertaddigital]
The Real Madrid players know what winning the Pichichi would mean for Benzema and he's only 3 goals behind Leo Messi, so they're going to try everything to help him achieve it. [Marca]
The Spanish FA (RFEF) has sent the La Liga trophy to Valdebebas for Real Madrid to lift it in case they are crowned champion this Thursday. [diarioas]
Saúl (Atletico): "If Real Madrid wins the League it's because they deserved it. The league is always won by the one who's been the most consistent performer and I think Real Madrid have had a very complete season. Also, after the break, they've been very, very, very good."
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