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The 'exit operation' of Real Madrid It is at its peak. The white club does not stop working to lighten the squad and finish with the overbooking that currently has the dynamics of Zidane. The last one to leave the team was Luca Zidane, with its assignment to Racing Santander, although in the coming days Mariano Díaz could be the next to leave the Santiago Bernabéu.
From England it is speculated that the fate of Mariano could be in the Premier League. Although the latest information pointed out that the striker could land in Italy this summer, the Arsenal I would be very interested in getting your services.
According to the latest information offered by the Daily Post, Unai Emery would like to finalize the signing of Mariano for the next season. The Basque coach would be interested in propping up the gunner offensive plot and the Spanish-Dominican forward from Real Madrid would enter his plans for the goal.
As if that were not enough, the same source analyzes the operation and gives concrete figures of the hypothetical transfer of Mariano to Arsenal. The English point out that the striker would be very close to signing with the gunners, adding that the transfer would close at 18 million pounds (almost 20 million euros).
Mariano, in the orbit of Arsenal, is reluctant to leave Madrid
In recent weeks it was speculated that the departure of Mariano could leave 40 million euros in the coffers of Real Madrid. However, the English media justifies the 20 million in the limited budget that Arsenal would have to face this transfer market. And is that Emery only have 45 million pounds (50 million euros) to undertake new additions.
Mariano does not count for Zinedine Zidane for the next season. The French coach has other plans for the offensive parcel of Real Madrid. A decision that has not made Mariano change his intentions to continue in white discipline next season. And the attacker is reluctant to leave the club this summer.
(More information: Mariano wants to stay: “This is going to be my year in Madrid”)