February 27, 2024

Time To Leave! Ferland Mendy’s Move Away From Real Madrid Closer Than Ever

Ferland Mendy

Written by Olaleye Oluwadamilola

It is anticipated that Real Madrid will have a very busy summer transfer window. Finally, Kylian Mbappe from Paris Saint-Germain may be making his way to the team, and Endrick Felipe will also be joining, eighteen months after an agreement was reached with Palmeiras to acquire the 17-year-old sensation and a possible exits of some players including Ferland Mendy is non negotiable.

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Additionally, Los Blancos want to sign a new left-back, and a sale will be necessary to make this happen. MD claims that even though Ferland Mendy has outperformed Fran Garcia this season, club authorities still wish to move the Frenchman.

The Real Madrid administration feels that Mendy’s five-year tenure at the team should terminate at this time. Since his contract expires in 2025, they won’t be able to charge a substantial amount for his services for the foreseeable future.

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In Mendy’s place, Real Madrid hope to sign Alphonso Davies, however Miguel Gutierrez is also a viable choice. The 28-year-old Mendy is fully anticipated to depart if one of them shows up.


Mali’s forward Ibrahim Diarra signed a one-year trial contract with Barcelona in January. He has spent the previous few weeks working with Rafa Marquez’s Barca Athletic team in an attempt to sign a contract.

Diarra has impressed Marquez and his coaching staff thus far. Sport observes that the 17-year-old has had an immediate impact, particularly when it comes to his explosiveness and quickness of movement in training. He has also established a strong base at Barcelona. Because of his excellent physical condition, he has adapted to the club quickly, and his present teammates have gone above and beyond to make him feel welcome.

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Although Barcelona is pleased with Diarra thus far, they won’t be making a decision on his long-term stay anytime soon. He cannot sign a contract until he is 18, which is not until December 12th, more than ten months away, because he is only 17 and a non-EU national.

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