Real Madrid News Roundup: Club identify replacement for outgoing star, massive update on Sergio Ramos’ future, and more — 10th February 2021



Real Madrid returned to winning ways with an impressive 2-0 win at home to Getafe, with Karim Benzema and Ferland Mendy getting on the scoresheet. The defending LaLiga Santander champions went into the game with up to eight players unavailable but came out on top to keep the pressure on runaway league leaders Atletico Madrid.Ahead of Valencia’s visit to the capital city in four days’ time, here is some of the latest Real Madrid news.Real Madrid could consider Martin Odegaard’s permanent saleReal Madrid could be open to selling Martin Odegaard to Arsenal on a permanent basis come summer, as per reports from SPORT. The Norway international left for Arsenal on a half-season loan in the winter (with no option to purchase) after being disgruntled due to a lack of playing time in Madrid.The report suggests that Odegaard has no intention of returning to his parent club in the summer if Zinedine Zidane is still at the helm. With Arsenal’s need for a creative midfielder and Odegaard’s barren spell in Spain, Real Madrid could reportedly consider a permanent sale should they receive a suitable offer for Odegaard. The 22-year-old was in sublime form for Real Sociedad in his previous loan spell but failed to accumulate minutes upon his return to Los Blancos.Real Madrid eye move for Dani OlmoZinedine Zidane has identified Dani Olmo as a readymade replacement for Lucas Vazquez, as per reports. The La Fabrica product is into the final months of his current deal and is yet to agree an extension, allowing him to depart on a free transfer should the situation persist.

In the event that Vazquez does leave, Real Madrid will look to replace him with RB Leipzig’s Olmo. The former La Masia player has had superb spells in both Zagreb and Leipzigig and could be in line for a return to his homeland. The report also adds that Real Madrid maintain good relations with his agent, Juanma Lopez, but because he is contracted to Die Roten Bullen until 2024, they might have to part with a fee of €30m for Olmo.Sergio Ramos set to reject Blancos’ contract offersReal Madrid legend Sergio Ramos appears to be edging towards an unceremonious exit from the club as he is set to reject further advances from the Blancos, as per reports in Spain. The Spanish champions now face a realistic possibility of losing the centre-back, regarded as one of the finest players of his generation, for free in the summer.

🥴 Sergio Ramos has scored more league goals (13) than Antoine Griezmann (12) since the beginning of last season 😯 Man City are monitoring his future at Madrid, per @ESPNFC pic.twitter.com/QgGLm4y2z3— WhoScored.com (@WhoScored) January 4, 2021Ramos is believed to be holding out for a two-year extension with no pay-cut, while Real Madrid are only able to offer him a one-year deal with a 10% reduction on his annual €12m net salary. There is no shortage of potential suitors for Ramos either, with the likes of Manchester United, Manchester City, Juventus, and Paris Saint-Germain showing great interest in signing the Real Madrid icon.Also read: Blancos superstar could be set for summer exit, Eden Hazard’s shocking admission, and more
Published 10 Feb 2021, 18:25 IST

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Real Madrid 2-0 Getafe: Los Blancos player ratings as Zinedine Zidane’s men cut Atletico Madrid’s lead to 5 points | La Liga 2020-21



Real Madrid saw off Getafe on home soil, with second-half goals from Karim Benzema and Ferland Mendy propelling them to a 2-0 victory.The hosts were largely frustrated in the first half as a combination of dogged defending, plus an inspired David Soaria, kept them at bay.Karim Benzema and Luka Modric forced the Getafe goalkeeper into fine saves in the first half, while Marcelo also saw a goal-bound shot blocked in the box.Real Madrid upped the ante in the second half and went ahead through Benzema, who headed home a cross by Vinicius Junior on the hour mark.Their lead was doubled just six minutes later when Ferland Mendy started and ended an attacking move by poking a right-footed shot past Soria.The victory moves Los Blancos three points clear of Barcelona into second and five points behind Atletico Madrid, having played two games more.Here is how each Real Madrid player fared in the game.Real Madrid player ratings against Getafe Thibaut Courtois was untested in the Real Madrid goal

Thibaut Courtois – 6/10The Belgian shot-stopper was a relative spectator for most of the game, as Getafe offered nothing in an attacking sense.Thibaut Courtois did not have a single save to make but was on hand to deal with the few crosses that came into his box.Marcelo – 9/10Marcelo made his first La Liga start since December and gave a performance that underlined his immense ability. The 32-year-old was unhinged without having to worry too much about defensive duties, and he proved to be a menace for the Getafe defence.He ended the night having made more key passes than anybody else on the field and provided the assist for the second goal.Ferland Mendy 8.5/10Ferland Mendy started in an unorthodox position as the left-sided defender in a back three. The 25-year-old discharged his defensive duties effectively, with three interceptions and one clearance made.His attacking impetus, however, came to the fore on several occasions and his bursting run forward in the second half saw him combine brilliantly with Marcelo before putting Real Madrid two goals up.Raphael Varane – 7/10Raphael Varane was a steady and calming presence at the heart of defence in the absence of Sergio Ramos. The France international recorded a shot off target in the game, in addition to one interception and two clearances.

Nacho Fernandes – 6.5/10It was another assured performance from Nacho Fernandes. The absence of Ramos and Eder Militao has given the Spain international an extended run in the first team, and he took advantage with another solid display.Marvin Park – 6/10Marvin Park had a solid if uneventful first La Liga start for Real Madrid. The 20-year-old was fielded in an unfamiliar position as a right-wing back and contributed more in defence than attack before making way in the 55th minute.Casemiro – 7/10Casemiro discharged his duties effectively to ensure that the Getafe attack did not progress beyond midfield. He also had some notable moments in front of goal and should have gotten on the scoresheet in the first half.Luka Modric – 8/10Luka Modric has gotten back to his brilliant best in recent weeks as he put in another controlled display for Real Madrid. The Croatia international forced Soria into a save in the first half and generally dictated the tempo of the game.Vinicius Junior – 7/10

Vinicius Junior was the brightest spark for Real Madrid. He combined well with Marcelo in the first half but was let down by his now-trademark poor final ball.A switch to the right flank enabled him to produce a pristine cross for Karim Benzema to open the scoring in the second half.Marco Asensio – 6/10Marco Asensio was the weakest link in the Real Madrid attack as he failed to make his impact felt. The Spain international got into good positions throughout the game but did not make the most of them. He was substituted for Isco with 15 minutes to go. Karim Benzema opened the scoring for Real MadridKarim Benzema – 8.5/10Karim Benzema continues to lead the line with aplomb for Real Madrid. Having missed a good chance in the first half, he made amends with a well-taken header to open the scoring in the second.The goal was his 11th of the La Liga campaign. This means he has now been involved in 15 goals in his last 19 league games against Getafe.Real Madrid substitutesSergio Arribas – 5.5/10Sergio Arribas was brought on to add creativity to the hosts and played his part with a solid performance.Isco – 6/10

The Spain international came on for Marco Asensio with 15 minutes to go. He completed one dribble and one tackle. He also had a passing accuracy of 100% from his nine attempted passes.Victor Chust – N/AThe 20-year-old had just five minutes of action and did not get enough minutes to warrant a rating.
Published 10 Feb 2021, 06:32 IST

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Real Madrid could sell Raphael Varane if he doesn’t renew contract – Reports


Real Madrid are reportedly planning to sell Raphael Varane if the centre-back decides against renewing his current contract with the club. Varane’s present deal with Los Blancos is set to expire in the summer of 2022.According to Marca, Real Madrid believe the Frenchman is not planning to extend his stay at the club and could have his heart set on a move away from the Bernabeu.Club captain Sergio Ramos has also been linked with a move away from Real Madrid in recent months. The defender’s contract with the Spanish champions is set to expire at the end of the season, meaning he can begin negotiations with potential suitors.However, Real Madrid are confident about Ramos penning a new deal before the end of the 2020-21 campaign. As a result, Los Blancos must now switch their focus towards Ramos’ defensive partner, Raphael Varane.Varane, who joined Real Madrid from Lens in the summer of 2011, has developed into one of the best centre-backs in world football. The French World Cup winner has played an instrumental role behind Real Madrid winning four Champions Leagues, three league titles, and a Copa Del Rey among other honors.However, Real Madrid may be forced to part ways with Varane, who has been linked with Manchester United and Juventus in recent years, this summer or risk losing him on a free transfer next year.Given their current financial condition, Real Madrid are unlikely to run the risk of losing one of their prized assets for free.Raphael Varane to Manchester United? Raphael Varane

Raphael Varane has been linked with a move to Manchester United in the past. The Red Devils are currently in the market for a new centre-back to partner Harry Maguire as Ole Gunnar Solskjaer lacks faith in Victor Lindelof and Eric Bailly.Real Madrid will try to sell Raphaël Varane if he doesn’t renew his contract before the summer transfer window. Madrid know that #mufc and PSG have followed him for some time, with Chelsea and Juventus also interested. Any fee around €50m would be welcome #mulive [marca]— utdreport (@utdreport) February 8, 2021Varane is currently one of the best defenders in the world, and at 27, is at the peak of his game. A move to the Premier League could be an enticing opton for the Frenchman.
Published 09 Feb 2021, 12:36 IST

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