Real Madrid is set to sell players to raise more players after the sale of Achraf Hakim to Inter Milan to raise the sum of £90million, according to the report.
The La Liga Champions will be out to strengthen their squad in the window transfer but might not land a marquee signing this summer.
The club has identified the likes Borja Mayoral, Oscar Rodriguez, Mariano Diaz and Sergio Reguilon for sale in a bid to raise fund according to Diario AS.
Real Madrid has also decided to keep Gareth Bale, knowing so well that there won’t be much interest for Wales star Bale this summer with his £350,000-a-week wage demands prohibitive for most clubs.
The sales of other members of the squad will help fund potential moves for RB Leipzig defender Dayot Upamecano, Ajax midfielder Donny van de Beek and Eduardo Camavinga of Rennes.
Los Blancos have already sold Achraf Hakim to Inter Milan in a deal worth £35m, Javi Sanchez has agreed a move to Real Valladolid while Borja Mayoral, 23, has made 31 first-team appearances, scoring seven goals, but has spent the last two seasons on loan at Levante.
The Spanish attacker has been a subject of interest from Lazio, Valencia and Villarreal. Mariano Diaz still wants to remain at Santiago Bernabeu for another spell.
Oscar Rodriguez, the 22-year-old attacking midfielder, has been on loan at Leganes for the past two seasons.
Reguilon, the 23-year-old left-back, made 22 first-team appearances for Real in 2018-19 but was loaned out to Sevilla this season.
Takefusa Kubo and Martin Odegaard played out the entire season on loan at Real Mallorca and Real Sociedad respectively but are not considered for sale at this point.