Real Madrid Transfers: Florentino Pérez decides two more exits for January 2022 because saving is urgent | Santander League | FOOTBALL-INTERNATIONAL

The economic crisis caused by the coronavirus it has affected even the richest clubs in the world. One of them is the Real Madrid, which for months has been looking for ways to save on salary mass. Along these lines, following the austerity plan, it has already defined the names of the players who aim to appear in the winter market 2022. According to the Spanish newspaper ‘Don Balon’, it is nothing less than Isco Alarcon and Mariano Diaz, two elements that are not in the coach’s plans Carlo Ancelotti.

According to information from the aforementioned source, Madrid sees it as convenient to give them a start at the Spanish midfielder and the Dominican forward. If they are not the favorites of the Italian coach, it makes little sense for them to continue in the merengue club, thus representing an expense for the institution’s coffers.

“At the club they are already beginning to put pressure on the Hispanic-Dominican, with whom they do not have and with whom there is a lot of discomfort due to his refusal to go out when he should; while the clear indicated in the core to leave the club is Isco Alarcón, who does not have a contract beyond 2022 and for which he will try to enter some money in January “, says the portal ‘Don Balon’.

Isco and Mariano on the Real Madrid starting ramp.

At Real Madrid they have understood that the arrival of Eduardo Camavinga in the last transfer market ends Isco Alarcón’s illusions of adding minutes with Ancelotti. While Mariano Díaz should start packing before the very likely signing of Kylian Mbappé.

Both Isco and Mariano have had little regularity at Real Madrid in recent years. The Spanish midfielder barely added 897 minutes in last LaLiga, while the Dominican forward only reached 508 and scored a goal.

It should be remembered that for the 2021-22 season, Real Madrid has already added five casualties: Raphael Odegaard, Takefusa Kubo, Martin Odegaard, Brahim Díaz and Sergio Ramos.

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