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Real Madrid has set an asking price of €8 million for their out-of-favour midfielder, as AC Milan expresses interest in securing his services…



Real Madrid has placed a price tag of €8 million on their out-of-favour midfielder, in response to AC Milan’s interest in acquiring him.


Real Madrid may part ways with a few of their current squad members during the summer as they gear up to welcome some high-quality new signings, with Kylian Mbappe leading the charge.


One player who seems likely to depart at the end of the season is midfielder Dani Ceballos, who has fallen out of favor.


Despite signing a new contract with Real Madrid just last summer instead of leaving for free, the Spanish international has struggled to secure a spot in Carlo Ancelotti’s team due to a combination of injuries and stiff competition, making only 21 appearances (503 minutes) this season.


Ceballos has made the decision to depart from Real Madrid this summer, and it seems that the club will not impede his departure.


Real Madrid has set an asking price of €8 million for Ceballos, as per the reports from Fichajes, in order to facilitate his exit during the summer transfer window.


This does seem a bit peculiar, considering that the club has previously sold some of their academy players for a fee closer to that amount.


Despite being in his prime years at the age of 27 and having three years remaining on his contract, it appears that Real Madrid is willing to let him go for a reduced fee in the summer.


AC Milan has expressed interest in acquiring the services of the Spanish midfielder, according to reports. The Rossoneri are in search of midfield additions and have pinpointed Ceballos as a viable option.


On a more local front, Real Betis, Ceballos’ childhood team, has also been rumored to be interested in securing his signature, while Atletico Madrid, Real Madrid’s rivals, have also entered the picture as a potential landing spot.


The developments in the upcoming weeks will reveal the final destination for Ceballos, but it seems likely that he will depart this summer.

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