Learn about Real Madrid’s news of the transfer market Thursday, June 10, 2021, and what are the upcoming deals and the players nominated to join Real in the Mercato?
After the end of the 2020-2021 season, Real Madrid’s exit without achieving any title, and Zinedine Zidane’s decision to resign for the second time, it became necessary to enter the transfer market with full force.
Real Madrid did not sign any deal last summer, even in the January transfers, and it was the first time in 40 years that the royal refused to enter the transfer market.
Many names have been associated with the royal club, most notably David Alaba, who has already signed for free after his departure from Bayern Munich, but the summer is still in its infancy and additional deals are expected.
Goal takes you on a daily tour on Thursday, June 10, 2021, about the most prominent transfer rumors and news for Real Madrid in the summer.
Real Madrid news today, Thursday, June 10, 2021:
The “FC Inter News” website indicated that Real Madrid is considering taking advantage of the current situation for Ashraf Hakimi and his club and bringing him back again.
The Royal Club may take advantage of the existence of a clause that allows it to offset any offer made by another Nerazzurri team to include Hakimi, and at that time it will have the preference in contracting him, according to reports.
Spanish reports revealed that Neymar required the management of his club Paris Saint-Germain to keep Kylian Mbappe in the club in order to stay with the French team and extend his contract, which was recently completed.
The Spanish newspaper “AS” said that during the negotiations between the two parties to extend the Brazilian player’s contract, the latter stipulated that Mbappe also remain in the ranks of PSG.
Spanish press reports stated that Sergio Ramos has retracted his position on the offer made to him by Real Madrid, and is ready to accept it on the old terms.
These conditions are for him to reduce his salary by 10%, provided that the new contract extends for one year, contrary to the player’s desire for a long-term contract.
Journalist Duncan Castles of The Times said in a report on Wednesday evening that Real Madrid players rejected the idea of contracting with Conte in form and substance, and took steps to stop any possibility of the Italian reaching the Spanish capital.
These steps consisted of a call from 10 players (whose names were not mentioned) directly with President Perez, telling him during the calls that they would leave Real as soon as Conte became their coach.
The Real Madrid administration has given its approval to its counterpart in Milan to renew the loan of Brahim Diaz to the Rossoneri for another year.
The new loan contract will not include a clause guaranteeing Milan to buy the player, as the belief in the Santiago Bernabeu is that Diaz is the future of Real.