- Real Madrid have placed ten of their players on transfer market this summer
- Former Chelsea star Eden Hazard is said to be among these ten players
- Eden Hazard has been struggling since he made a move to Real Madrid
Real Madrid who are top Spanish La Liga giants are reportedly ready to offload ten of their players this summer if they should fail to retain their League title.
Los Blancos have not been impressive this season in all competitions which has put manager of the side Zinedine Zidane under serious pressure.
There are even reports that the Frenchman may also be leaving the Santiago Bernabeu at the end of the season with one game to go.
Since Eden Hazard made a dream move to Real Madrid from Chelsea, he has not been impressive for the club although his progress was affected by injuries.
Before he even left Chelsea, Eden Hazard helped the Blues to win the Europa League title beating Arsenal in the final.
Raphael Varane is another player who could be facing the exit doors at Real Madrid this summer despite having one more year left on his contract.
Luka Jovic, Marco Asensio, Isco, Mariana Diaz and Borja Mayoral are all likely to be available to the highest bidder.
As things stand presently on the Spanish La Liga table, Atletico Madrid are still topping and a win for them in their last game will give them the title regardless Real Madrid's result.
Earlier, Legit.ng had reported how European football governing body known as UEFA have launched a disciplinary probe into the failed Super League putting the likes of Real Madrid, Juventus and Barcelona in serious trouble.
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Aleksander Ceferin who is the president of UEFA is said to be livid with these three clubs based on the fact that they were the architects of the proposed Super League.
They now face two-year ban each from playing in the Champions League unless they dissolve totally from their intention to form another competition.
Football fraternities in the world were stunned last month when the news of the proposed Super League came on board with some Premier League sides also showing interest.