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Real Madrid To Raise £250million To Avoid Ban From Champions League

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Real Madrid in an effort to avoid possible ban from the UEFA Champions League by the Financial Fair Play regulations is expected to raise the sum of £250million in sales.

Los Blancos announced the deal for Luka Jovic who was signed from Frankfurt for £62m and Eden Hazard who is joining the Club in a deal worth £130m.

According to AS, the club is still in the market to add some high-class players to the team during the summer transfer window.

The club manager, Zinedine Zidane, is expected to offload some big earners in the club to balance the books.

The French coach is pushing to land Manchester United midfielder Paul Pogba and Christian Eriksen.

The Premier League midfielders are likely to cost £200m, so Real Madrid is expected to raise money from sales.

Players like Gareth Bale, Mateo Kovacic, Martin Odegaard, Isco and James Rodriguez are expected to go.

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