Real Madrid’s new boss is looking to make changes in his squad before the new season.
is probably experiencing another summer without any big signings, according to the reports; but the club’s new manager
is trying to leave some players out of his squad for the new season as he is ready to trim his 28-man squad to23 which can benefit the club from economic aspect too.
Luka Jovic, who has joined the club with a €70m contract, has not been able to perform as expected, and he has spent the last season away on loan, and Milan has also shown interest in signing him for another loan spell, and the club is also keen on sending him away despite his interest in staying at Santiago Bernabeu.
Bale has been another playing coming back from a loan spell, and the club has decided not to sell him; Carlo Ancelotti is interested in working with the Wales international if he proves himself as an ambitious player.
Dani Ceballos is also returning from a loan spell in the Premier League, and he is looking for a first-team spot after coming back from national duty, and it has not been confirmed if he is going to stay at the club or not.
Isco, who has been struggling to find his expected form under Zidane, is also hoping to find his place back in Ancelotti’s squad.
Eden Hazard is another player who has been unable to perform as well as was expected from him, and we have to wait and see what will happen to him in the next season with the new boss.
Mariano Diaz, who has failed to show the expected quality and has been on a big wage, is not interested in leaving the club despite the uncertainty of his future with Real Madrid.
With the players like Dani Carvajal and Lucas Vazquez, Alvaro Ordiozola will have a hard job finding himself a place in Ancelotti’s squad.