Real Madrid: A realistic sale price for every player on the transfer list

Real Madrid, Florentino Pérez (Photo by Gonzalo Arroyo Moreno/Getty Images)
Real Madrid, Florentino Pérez (Photo by Gonzalo Arroyo Moreno/Getty Images) /
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Fiorentina, Alvaro Odriozola (Photo by Giuseppe Bellini/Getty Images)
Fiorentina, Alvaro Odriozola (Photo by Giuseppe Bellini/Getty Images) /

Alvaro Odriozola

Odriozola was picked up by Real Madrid as a second choice for the right-back position after a promising childhood with his boyhood club Real Sociedad. The player was recently loaned to Fiorentina which ends this season.

Despite his above-average performance in Italy, Real Madrid have shown little desire to keep the Spaniard as their second RB. The club has already recruited Vinicius Tobias as a potential occupier for the slot, hence Odriozola will most likely be released.

The period at Fiorentina, on the other hand, has provided a reasonable glimmer of optimism for progress, and it should not be long before real bids for the player begin to appear. Taking his promise, potential, and market value into account, he should be worth at least 12 million euros to Real Madrid.

Verdict – 12-13 million euros

Dani Ceballos

Ceballos’ tenure at Real Madrid has mirrored that of many other academy products. He progressed to the first team as a brilliant young prospect before failing to find a regular berth and was shipped to Real Betis, where he was the most successful. However, the player has battled to stay consistent, which has contributed to his dismal Premier League performance.

He is back at Real Madrid after finishing the term, and while prior rumours stated that he intended to stay and prove himself, recent leads in the topic indicate that other teams are interested in his services.

With only one season left on his contract, Real will be unable to collect a large sum for his departure because the negotiating muscle is weaker than it was previously. A fair price for the still-young midfielder might be set at 20 million euros.

Verdict – 20 million euros

Marco Asensio

It’s upsetting to see a top player on this list who was far superior to the previous names on this list and who truly demonstrated his value. Asensio was heralded as one of the finest deals in Real Madrid history, but the player’s fortunes have plummeted since his injury.

Carlo Ancelotti placed a lot of faith in Asensio on the right-wing, despite his consistently poor performances. Ancelotti did not dismiss him from the team for consecutive games until lately, which may reflect the coach’s last distrust in his unreliability, which must act as the final nail in his coffin for leaving.

Asensio has piqued the curiosity of several teams, the most notable of which being AC Milan. The employing club is eager to sell him, and if an offer of around 25 million euros arrives, which is fair given his recent performance, Real will/must sell him for that sum.

Verdict – 23-25 million euros