Real Madrid is prepared to let two of their players to leave the Santiago Bernabeu for free at the end of the season as the Los Blancos directors are set to free Gareth Bale and James Rodriguez at the end of the current campaign.
Real Madrid is reportedly willing to give thought to allowing Gareth Bale and James Rodriguez to leave for free during the next transfer window.
Bale and Rodriguez were considered as galacticos upon their signing from Tottenham and Monaco respectively but lack of form and consistency saw them drop from the status of untouchables to a bench role and from the bench role to the point of considering letting them leave for free.
Their form and injury history will not entice any suitors let alone their huge take-home package that is not justified on the pitch.
However, according to the Daily Mail, club officials are open to removing a transfer fee, providing that they can successfully move both players on to new clubs.
Amid the financial implications of the coronavirus pandemic, La Liga president Javier Tebas outlined earlier this week that Spanish teams, most notably Real and Barcelona, needed to cut costs before next season.
Real Madrid is willing to reduce their squad ahead of the coming season.