Real Madrid ready to sell big-name stars.

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A report from Spain has revealed. That La Liga giants Real Madrid are preparing to sell a number of high-profile players in the hopes of raising funds for new players including a Chelsea star.

           Real Madrid are ready to sell players to raise funds for more players. And clear space for Antonio Rudiger as they look to sign the Chelsea football team defender free transfer. The German national team has been the mainstay of the Navy Blue Lions team for the past 5 seasons. It has helped the Blues win the Champions League and FA Cup since joining from Rome for £29 million in 2017.

           Chelsea and Thomas Tuchel want Rudiger to sign a new contract at Stamford Bridge. But the 28-year-old has yet to pen a new contract. His current contract expires next summer. Ruedi Wenger will be free to talk about a new deal with the club in January and Bayern Munich to Paris Saint – Germain. Is the club that has been linked to the transfer of this defender.

Real Madrid ready to sell big-name stars.

Spanish publication, AS reports that Real Madrid are the other team jumping in for Rudiger’s signature. When manager Carlo Ancelotti. Who returned to the Bernabeu last summer gave him a lot of admiration. As for the White Kings. The two defenders Rafael Varane and Sergio Ramos have all left and Ancelotti wants to reinforce the squad at centre-back with Rudi. Guer is one of the club’s top targets and Rudiger is believed to be keen on a move to La Liga giants Real Madrid. Which is said to be ready to offer him £200,000-a-week.

           AS has also said Real Madrid will sell a handful of big names at the end of the season. Including Gareth Bale , Isco and Marcelo. That are likely to be fundraising. Clearing the vacancy in the squad for a few more new players, including Rudiger. It is also expected that Rudiger’s former Chelsea team-mate Eden Hazard. Will also leave the team after underperforming three years in the Santiago Bernabeu. 

           Didi Hamann a former midfielder for Liverpool and Germany to the Ruedi Wenger , Chelsea. Although there are rumors that he will leave Stamford Bridge in time.

           “I don’t see a reason why he should leave Chelsea. He did well in Germany early in his career. But he has become a much better player since moving abroad.” Hamann told via FreeSuperTips. “I think he is getting a lot better with his game. But I don’t think he will be an option for Bayern Munich. There will be many clubs interested. He fits the way Chelsea play. And I think he will stay at the club.”