The revolving door at the Santiago Bernabeu is beginning to look like it could be swinging wildly this summer.
With Zinedine Zidane keen to put his own stamp on the squad and with the squad in need of rejuvenation after a disappointing season, new faces, its acknowledged, are required.
And the welcoming of new faces ultimately leads to the exit of older ones. Gareth Bale, Raphael Varane and Marcelo are just some of the names being touted as players who could be set for the exit door, with many major clubs in Europe sure to be interested in their services.
Likewise, Spanish international Isco is reported to be surplus to requirements in Zidane's plans, prompting a battle between the Manchester clubs for his services.
With the age-profile of Manchester City increasing and Manchester United in dire need of new leaders on the pitch, the 27-year-old Madrid midfielder is viewed as a sensible purchase for both of the two Premier League outfits.
Moreover, Spanish media outlet Sport are reporting Paris Saint-Germain to be also interesting in taking the midfielder out of Zidane's hands.
Isco arrived in Madrid from Malaga, before going on to win two La Liga titles, a Copa del Rey title and four Champions League title with Los Blancos.