Sat. Dec 3rd, 2022
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Real Madrid will not renew two players whose contracts expire in 2023 – report

Spanish publication MARCA has offered an update on the Real Madrid squad, offering a detailed report on the future of some of the players whose contracts at Santiago Bernabeu are set to expire in the coming future.

Included in that long list is Mariano Diaz. The former Lyon forward has fallen out of favour at Real Madrid and as per the report, he will not be offered any contract extension by the club.

This comes as no surprise as the forward has featured in only 25 minutes of football all season. Even as Real Madrid struggle in finding a reliable alternative for star striker Karim Benzema, it appears Diaz has no prospects in this current squad.

With his current deal expiring at the end of the season, Real Madrid are determined to get rid of the forward in the coming future. As a matter of fact, the club could even look to offload the player in the upcoming January transfer window.

The same goes for Dani Ceballos. Although the former Real Betis starlet has been far more useful than Diaz, he simply has not done enough to earn a new deal at Santiago Bernabeu. Hence, a summer exit could be on the horizon for the midfielder.

Ceballos has earned only two starts in the league this season. He was a useful bench player for Carlo Ancelotti at one point, but his progress was derailed by an unfortunate injury.

Although the Spaniard has returned to full fitness, it appears unlikely that he will be given the nod ahead of players such as Aurelien Tchouameni and Eduardo Camavinga.

Youth player Sergio Arribas’ rapid rise to prominence does not help his cause either, while the club continue to harbour hopes of signing Jude Bellingham next summer.

Hence, Ceballos is another Real Madrid player who is in contention to depart Santiago Bernabeu in the near future, with a renewal unlikely to be forthcoming.

The post Real Madrid will not renew two players whose contracts expire in 2023 – report appeared first on Madrid Universal.


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