Real set to axe two players to fund move for new signing

La Liga By: Iseghohi Odianosen | 21/05/2019

Real Madrid is set to sell two players as part of their rebuilding process this summer in a bid to create fund and room for their prime targets, according to reports.

Real Madrid endured a difficult season in the domestic scene and in the Champions League and the team is set to bounce back again starting with a busy summer that will see many more players leave Santiago Bernabeu and many coming in under the influence and guidance of Zinedine Zidane.

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Real Madrid is willing to let go Marcos Llorente and Sergio Reguilon this summer either on loan or on the permanent term as the pair seemingly don’t figure in his plans moving forward, according to report in Mundo Deportivo.

Real Madrid wants to sign in Paul Pogba or Christian Eriksen in place of Llorente and in place of Reguilon who plays at the left back, Ferland Mendy of Lyon is tipped to arrive at the summer to deputise or replace Marcelo.