Real Madrid seeks space for young players in the first team

The management of Real Madrid is working to make space for several young players to move up to the first team and work under the leadership of Italian coach Carlo Ancelotti.

According to the Spanish newspaper “Marca,” the situation is complicated for promoting youth players, given the excessive number of players in the first team.

The management is seeking to dispense with some names, including Eden Hazard, Jesus Vallejo, Alvaro Odriozola, and Mariano Diaz.

The Spanish newspaper indicated that Diaz’s contract will end this season, and he will leave, while Odriozola is dealing professionally and is ready to leave despite having a contract with Real Madrid. Meanwhile, the duo of Vallejo and Hazard do not leave any room for thinking about leaving.

The report explained that Hazard is the one who causes the most concern within Real Madrid because of his large salary of 25 million euros per year.

The report concluded that if there is no willingness to leave by the players in the future, Real Madrid will not impose any position on them that could end in legal problems.

It is worth noting that Alvaro Rodriguez, Mario Martin, and Arribas from the Real Madrid youth team participated with the first team during this season.

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