Real Madrid Ready to Sell Rodrygo

Rodrygo Goes’ inopportune comments in the week leading up to the Champions League final were no coincidence. That’s the conclusion they’ve reached at the club, where they didn’t take kindly to him opening the door to a move and flattering City the week Real Madrid were playing in the Wembley final. Since then, something has been stirring at the club around the Brazilian, who has reportedly been given a price tag this summer.

His inopportune statements at the time were intended to make noise at a more important time of the season, when he made it clear that if his starting role changes, he is considering leaving. The arrivals of Mbappé and Endrick are going to make it harder to hold down a starting spot, and everything suggests that the Frenchman will take his place. In fact, the Brazilian’s latest statements are putting pressure on Ancelotti: “It’s possible to play all together. Ancelotti will find a way. Good players have to play together.”

Rodrygo and his entourage insist that he does not want to leave Real Madrid, where he is under contract until 2028. But one thing is for sure, and another is to go from starter to substitute, so some media outlets are pointing to the fact that if he loses prominence he will end up asking for a transfer to the Premier League, where he has confessed he would like to play. And he says this after receiving direct calls to his door and after inquiries have been made at Madrid about his situation and even offers have arrived.

So much so that Liverpool reportedly offered the Madrid club 100 million pounds, €120 million, which the club rejected, according to Inda on ‘El Chiringuito’. However, other sources say that Real Madrid would be willing to sell him if an offer of 150 million euros arrives, as Defensa Central points out. In addition to Liverpool, Rodrygo is also liked by Guardiola’s City and no one rules out that one of the two will come back this summer with an irresistible offer.

Would Make Room for Haaland

Where there’s smoke, there’s fire, and in Rodrygo’s case, the situation is starting to get complicated in his relationship with the club. The attacking reinforcements could mean that the player does not accept it and complicates life for Ancelotti, despite the fact that the Italian has been his main defender this season. He has kept him as a starter, ignoring his slumps and goal droughts, and has not listened to voices calling for more opportunities for Brahim, who has been more incisive than him in attack.

If Madrid sells Rodrygo this or next summer, the money and the gap he leaves in the club and the team could be filled by Haaland, who currently has no room in an attack with a full house sign. The Norwegian has been one of the Madrid team’s targets for several seasons, and the player continues to make eyes at the Whites from Manchester.

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