Real Madrid Transfers: An early look at expiring contracts in 2022

Real Madrid, Raphael Varane (Photo by Stanislav Vedmid/DeFodi Images via Getty Images)
Real Madrid, Raphael Varane (Photo by Stanislav Vedmid/DeFodi Images via Getty Images) /
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Real Madrid, Isco
Real Madrid, Isco (Photo by Diego Souto/Quality Sport Images/Getty Images) /

AM Isco

Attacking midfielder Isco played well against Eibar and is still good enough to be a Madridista. The problem is that he also has high wages and is a player who needs consistent minutes to be an asset. Like James Rodriguez, is it really a good idea for Real to keep a talented player like Isco wasting on their bench?

Isco may want to leave and play a big role at another club. He still has a lot to give to this sport with his gifts on the ball. A sale is very likely, even more likely than it is with Marcelo. Isco has been good for Real Madrid, but he does not have the same connection with the club as the Brazilian.

RW Gareth Bale

Although his contract does not show up on the main page linked in the intro, if you go on his Transfermarkt profile, you’ll see that Gareth Bale’s contract with Real Madrid expires on June 30, 2022. He is currently on loan at Spurs, who have taken on 15 million euros of his whopping 30 million euro wages.

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Bale is not sticking around. Whether he spends the 2021-2022 season at Real or not remains to be seen, and it will all depend on if Los Blancos can find someone willing to take on his contract. Bale has no future with this club. He’s just not effective enough, too much transpired in 2019-2020 for the club to trust him 100 percent, and his wages are ridiculous. We must thank Bale and move on. The sooner the better for all parties.