21 Y/O Spanish Starlet Ready To Quit Real Madrid: 3 Replacements For Him Including This Chelsea Star

Real Madrid did not have a busy summer transfer window as Zinedine Zidane decided to stick with the options at his disposal for another season. He has also allowed the likes of Alvaro Morata and James Rodriguez to leave the club but reports now claim that the they are still struggling to keep their players happy this season.

A recent report from Spanish news outfit Dario Gol claims that 21-year old Marco Asensio and playmaker Isco are both unhappy with their positions at the club and that the situation is now getting ‘ugly’. Asensio particularly, was also unhappy in the summer and could be tempted to quit the club come January and here are three players Real can sign to replace him in the first team:

Eden Hazard (Chelsea):

Though not as young as Asensio, Hazard is one of the very few players, who are actually an upgrade on the Spanish winger. Easily one of the best playmakers in Europe at the moment, Hazard has been in sizzling form for Chelsea his season but has constantly been linked with a move to Real Madrid. He is expected to be the replacement for Cristiano Ronaldo but if Asensio is leaving, there is no reason for Real, not to go all in for the Belgian. At 26, he is still to reach his best and Real should do all it takes to bring him to Bernabeu for his peak.

Kasper Dolberg (Ajax):

The 20-year old Danish attacker is one of the most exciting youngsters on show in Europe at the moment. He has four goals in 17 Eredivisie appearances this season and also has a goal in four international caps. He was linked with Real Madrid in the summer transfer window but Zidane decided not to spend on him. However, if he is to lose Asensio, the manager will surely have a look at this youngster. He may not be as established as Asensio but Dolberg is surely a decent option to replace the Spaniard.

Dele Alli (Tottenham Hotspur):

A top transfer target for Real Madrid either way, Alli is easily the most exciting youngsters on show in England. He is the first choice attacker for his club and country and is contracted with Tottenham Hotspur till 2022. However, he has not been at his best this season, picking up just three goals and three assists in 17 league games. Spurs will not want to let him leave anytime soon, surely not in January but the chance to play at the Bernabeu regularly might be enough for Alli to skip town.

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