Real Madrid are keen on an immediate turnaround under Carlo Ancelotti next season. The Italian achieved massive success during his first spell at the Santiago Bernabeu but failed to lift the La Liga trophy during his two-year association with Los Blancos. Ancelotti is determined to fulfill this dream next season, and Real Madrid are planning to strengthen their squad accordingly during the summer, and appointing a striker remains the priority, but Los Blancos also want to renew their midfield before the new season. There will be departures too, as a few current players may not fit in with Ancelotti’s plans, and on that note, let’s take a look at the most important Real Madrid transfer news as of June 15, 2021. Real Madrid are planning to sell players this summer to fund the transfer of Kylian Mbappe, according to for AS. Los Blancos is determined to add the Frenchman to his team and decided to reduce his salary bill before signing him, and this move will also help the club to abide by the salary ceiling imposed in the Spanish League. Mbappe currently earns more than 30 million euros a year, after taxes, and will earn similar wages at the Santiago Bernabeu. Real Madrid has a wage bill of nearly 400 million euros for the first team squad. Los Blancos are planning to cut nine players from their squad, which could result in 126 million euros being deducted from their salary bill. The players facing the ax are Sergio Ramos, Raphael Varane, Gareth Bale, Isco, Luka Jovic, Dani Ceballos, Marcelo, Mariano and Alvaro Odriozola. However, Ramos could end up staying at the club if he agrees to a pay cut. Real Madrid are interested in signing the English Premier League star Calvin Phillips, whose cost is 30 million euros. Los Blancos are monitoring the England player’s performance at Euro 2020 and could make a bid for the player at the end of the tournament. Phillips was one of the stars of Marcelo Bielsa’s team in the 2020 = 21 season, scoring 29 games, with one goal and making two goals for his name. Real Madrid will be watching Leeds midfielder Calvin Phillips for the rest of Euro 2020 after his brilliance in England’s opener. (Defensa Central) – RumorsTransfersNews24 / 7 (rumorstransfers) Jun 14, 2021 The Englishman was fantastic against Croatia in the first Three Lions match at Euro 2020 and Real Madrid think he can be a fantastic support for Casemiro. The Leeds United man is worth €30m, but his stock could go up depending on his performance in the tournament. Phillips is committed to Leeds until 2024, so keeping him out of the Premier League will not be easy. Los Blancos gave the chance to sign Serie A star Rafael Leao worth 30 million euros. Real Madrid got the chance to sign Milan star Rafael Leao, according to To a difficult intervention via Defensa Central, the 22-year-old wants to leave Serie A this summer, having struggled for consistency with the Rossoneri. Leao scored seven goals and six assists in 40 matches last season, and the Portuguese could cost between €30 million and €40 million. However, Los Blancos reportedly rejected the opportunity because they believed his asking price was too high. Log in / register to reply.