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There has been a lot of change at Real Madrid over the summer, with a number of fresh faces arriving and a few older faces having left.

The likes of Aurelien Tchouameni and Antonio Rudiger both arrived as they added strength to the midfield and defence respectively, while they let the likes of Casemiro, Gareth Bale, Marcelo and Isco going as they looked to bring the age of the squad down.

Indeed, many who use the betting resource will have felt the moves further strengthened the team and their chances of retaining the La Liga title, thus leaving them to find the best betting odds possible and placing them.

One man that appeared to stay – despite the fact that he had wanted to leave – was Marco Asensio. It does not appear as though his stay at the Santiago Bernabeu will be for too much longer.

According to Fabrizio Romano, who was speaking via his YouTube channel, a transfer involving him could take place in January, while it is almost guaranteed that he will leave in the summer as a free agent if nothing materializes in the winter.

“So the January market depends on how these clubs will move on a potential free transfer for next summer or for another it will try to extend this contract but at the moment, still no agreement with Asensio and he wants to feel important.

“So, one to watch in January or on June as a free agent.”

It will be in Real Madrid’s best interest to try and get something for him in the winter transfer window, otherwise they will know that they will lose him on a free deal as he has no intention of signing a new contract.

The player is very unhappy with how life has been turning out in the Spanish capital, with the midfielder having been spotted being angry towards Carlo Ancelotti after seeming snubbing him on the sidelines during a game.

Nonetheless, it would seem as though Asensio has a number of teams that could be interested in acquiring him.

The likes of Liverpool, Arsenal, Manchester United, AC Milan, Juventus, Newcastle United, and others are all said to have held some interest in the Spanish international, while rumors have also emerged recently that FC Barcelona are also keen on the player.

With the list of clubs that he has potentially available, Asensio could have a field day when it comes down to making a choice, but what seems given is that he will be leaving Real Madrid sooner rather than later.