BREAKING: Real Madrid want to pay €80 million to sign $300,445 per week Chelsea superstar and get rid of 2 first-team players in the summer

BREAKING: Real Madrid want to pay €80 million to sign $300,445 per week Chelsea superstar and get rid of 2 first-team players in the summer

This summer, Real Madrid reportedly wants to offload Dani Carvajal and Alvaro Odriozola in order to recruit Reece James from Chelsea.

Since joining Real Madrid in 2013 from Bayer Leverkusen, Carvajal has been an important member of the team. He has made 364 appearances for the team, contributing 59 times in the form of assists and seven goals.

Unfortunately, his form has significantly deteriorated recently. On the other side, Oodriozola has played in just five games this year across all competitions.

Real Madrid is reportedly looking to sell both right-backs, according to El Nacional. James from Chelsea is the perfect addition for them to fill the gap.

With the Blues, the Englishman has excelled and has made a name for himself as one of the top players in the world at his position. In 20 games played this season in all competitions, he has two goals and two assists.

El Nacional claims that James protested Thomas Tuchel’s firing as Chelsea manager earlier this season because he was unhappy with it. His relationship with club co-owner Todd Boehly has suffered as a result.

The president of Real Madrid, Florentino Perez, apparently wants to use the circumstance to try to lure James away from Stamford Bridge for €80 million.

Real Madrid thrashed Barcelona in El Clasico.
On April 5, Real Madrid trounced Barcelona 4-0 at Camp Nou in the second leg of the Copa del Rey semifinals. They won 4-1 on the overall score and moved on to the championship.

The opening goal was scored by Vinicius Junior, while the second-half hat-trick was scored by Karim Benzema. Via the Los Blancos team website, manager Carlo Ancelotti provided the following statement to the media:

If we hadn’t given a comprehensive performance, we “wouldn’t have won 4-0 here.” In the first half, we had trouble moving the ball, but after the first goal, the pattern of play shifted, and we were able to find more opportunities in the second half, which allowed us to transition much more destructively.
He continued, saying:

“The boiler has warmed up again, and we work very well when we’re heated,” he said. “That is what I’m most proud of.”
On April 8, Los Blancos will welcome Villareal in their return to La Liga play.

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