- Zinedane Zidane is looking to bring in few players and will allow some leave Real Madrid
- Alvaro Morata, James Rodriguez will leave in search of first team action elsewhere
- If Morata joins Man United, De Gea will join Los Blancos forcing Kiko Casillas to move
- Fabio Coentrao will join Sporting Lisbon on loan while Danilo will also leave Madrid
Champions League holders will sell as many as seven players as coach Zinedine Zidane is planning a summer clear out.
Los Blancos beat Juventus on Saturday to secure their second Champions League title in as many years and third in three years.
Despite also winning La Liga and having a squad many are considering is the greatest ever, Zidane wants new players but will have to sell some.
As such, star players like James Rodriguez and Alvaro Morata will be sold to make way for new signings.
Long-serving defender Pepe has already confirmed his departure from the club after more 300 appearances for the club in 10 years at the Bernabeu.
Fellow Countryman Fabio Coentrao will leave after playing second fiddle to Marcelo albeit on loan to Sporting Lisbon.
James Rodriguez , snubbed from Real's Champions League final squad will also leave the club with the likes of Manchester United and Inter Milan on red alert despite pleas from Cristiano Ronaldo to stay.
Alvaro Morata, second choice striker to Karim Benzema has let his coach know he wants a new challenge due to his place in the squad.
The most likely scenario will be Morata moving to Old Trafford and De Gea move in the opposite direction which will mean Keylor Navas would find his position under threat.
Hence his understudy, Kiko Casilla will likely go despite some encouraging performances when given a chance to shine.
Dani Carvajal's deputy at right-back Danilo could exit in search of first-team football, despite being highly-rated by Zidane.
Young striker Mariano is another likely departure, albeit on loan to another La Liga club.
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