Leave Real Madrid
Real Madrid is one of the best clubs in world football. It’s not easy for any player to become the mainstay of El Real . They need more effort in order to become the main pillars. Even though they are already part of the club, they do not necessarily play much. Some of them also have to seek experience with other clubs on loan.
In the current Los Blancos squad , there are several players who seem to have to leave the Santiago Bernabeu. This needs to be done to save their careers because they don’t get many opportunities to appear. Who are they? The following is the review.
1. Luka Jovic
After a phenomenal 2018/19 season with Eintracht Frankfurt, Luka Jovic finally signed a contract with Real Madrid. With Karim Benzema over 30 years old, the Serbian national is seen as the ideal option to replace him. Unfortunately, Jovic did not immediately show his ability.
Zinedine Zidane still prefers Benzema as the main attacker. The 23-year-old has scored just two goals in 32 appearances in all competitions in a season and a half. Currently he is back on loan at Eintracht Frankfurt and is improving his performance. But with the news that El Real will bring in a new striker, it seems difficult for Jovic to stay in Madrid.
2. Mariano Diaz
The departure of Cristiano Ronaldo in 2018 meant Real Madrid had to find a replacement. However, it was very surprising to see them bring back Mariano Diaz from Lyon. Diaz is a product of Madrid’s academy, leaving the club in 2017 after rarely playing. He went on to shine for Lyon, scoring 21 goals in all competitions for the club in the 2017/18 season.
The 27-year-old has once again struggled to find playing time in Madrid. Since rejoining the club, Diaz has made 44 appearances in all competitions and scored 6 goals. Benzema’s form, as well as younger options like Rodrygo and Vinicius Junior made it even more difficult for Diaz to appear. West Ham United have also been linked with him and could be an option to leave next summer.
3. Alvaro Odriozola
Real Madrid has a history of investing in extraordinary Spanish talents. Alvaro Odriozola was a player who was highly praised when he joined in 2018. The Spanish national joined Madrid from Real Sociedad. Dani Carvajal has been a reliable right-back for Real for quite some time, but Odriozola should provide competition for the position.
However, the 25-year-old has rarely featured for Real Madrid. Lack of playing time saw him join Bayern Munich on loan in January 2020. Clubs such as Borussia Dortmund, Fiorentina and AC Milan are reportedly interested in the right-back.
Like Alvaro Odriozola, Isco is another Spanish player who has played for Real Madrid. The midfielder has enjoyed some wonderful moments with the club, but now it’s getting worse. Isco turned down interest from Manchester City to join Real Madrid in 2013. He was an important part of Los Blancos’ first team during his first few years.
However, in recent years, Isco’s performance has plummeted. The 29-year-old player is currently a coating player at Zinedine Zidane. Isco himself has made 333 appearances in all competitions for the club and scored 51 goals. Looking for a new club seems necessary Isco to save his career.
5. Martin Odegaard
Martin Odegaard has been in the spotlight since making his debut for the Norwegian senior team at the age of 15. Targeted by several elite clubs, Odegaard decided to join Real Madrid in 2015 from Stromsgodset. The Norwegian player spent most of his first season playing for Real Madrid Castilla.
He moved to Heerenveen and Vitesse on loan in 2017. Odegaard then joined Real Sociedad on loan in 2019. His performances for Real Sociedad sparked claims that he would be a key player in Madrid’s senior squad when he returned.
But that did not happen, the 22-year-old player was loaned back to Arsenal in January. His qualities are undeniable, and his impressive form for the Gunners has sparked rumors that Arteta wants him at the club on a permanent deal.
Defending a club as big as Real Madrid is indeed the dream of every footballer. But if they fail to develop, it would be good to find a new club first to save their careers.
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