The current summer Mercato will close its doors on Monday evening at 23:59, and the Spanish clubs face a busy day of buying and selling.
The summer transfer market for football players closes today, Monday, October 5, at 23:59:59, and until that time,
Spanish clubs, and several major European leagues, will be able to sign and make deals to boost their teams for the 2020-2021 season that is already being played.
There are still many suspended operations in the Spanish La Liga championship,
but due to the economic crisis caused by the outbreak of the new Coronavirus (Covid-19),
they must first sell some players so that other players can access it.
The Whites are not planning to conduct any operations on the last day in the Mercato, and no deal is expected to come,
given that they are inside the Bernabéu offices maintaining the austerity plan that characterized them throughout this summer
and which was only strengthened with the return of some loan players such as the Norwegian Martin Odegaard, Spain’s Alvaro Odriozola, and the Ukrainian goalkeeper Andrea Lunin
While he is on the list of departures from Real Madrid, Dominican striker Mariano Diaz,
although they know that there is no offer to join him on the last day of the Mercato
and that the player will remain this season despite his exit from the accounts of French coach Zinedine Zidane.
They still have a lot to do in the checkout process, as they can sell French Jean-Claire Todibeau and Brazilian Rafinha Alcantara, while they can lend on loan Spain Junior ferbo,
French Osman Dembele, and French Samuel Umtiti .
As for the section of potential arrivals to the Camp Nou stronghold this summer,
the club is working to include Spanish defender Eric Garcia and Dutch striker Memphis Depay,
the first from Manchester City and the second from French club Olympique Lyon.
Atletico Madrid must reduce their squad to be able to score players because this is the situation they face to sign Uruguayan midfielder Lucas Torreira from Arsenal FC,
whose arrival has been approved on loan but cannot be implemented until another player leaves from Ranks of the Rojiblancos.
The Madrid club aims to leave its French striker Thomas Lemar or Mexican Hector Miguel Herrera,
although there are complications about this in achieving this purpose due to their salaries and exorbitant price.
Thus, Plan B is the exit of Spanish winger Victor Carpentero Mojiejo and the heart of the Argentine defense, Neuen Perez.
Seville will announce today the last two reinforcements: the Dutchman of Tunisian origin Karim Rakhek and the Moroccan, Oussama Idrissi.
With their joining, the Andalusian team, under coach Julien Lopetegui, will witness a possible exit for Spanish striker
Carlos Fernández Luna (whom many Spanish first-division clubs aspire to reinforce the offensive line),
Spanish central midfielder Rocky Mesa, French defender Joris Janon, defender Alex Vidal and a player French center Ibrahim Amadou.