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Real Madrid players want Cristiano Ronaldo to be sold and other transfer news and rumours of the day - 10th November, 2017

Sumedh Pande
FEATURED WRITER
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Hello and welcome to Sportskeeda's latest transfer news and rumours roundup. Today's stories feature the latest update on some of the major happenings in world football which may change the complexion of a few clubs. So let's head right in and take a look at the major happenings across Europe that made headlines on November 10, 2017: 


La Liga 

Real Madrid players want Cristiano Ronaldo to be sold

A sensational report in Diario Gol claims that a number of Real Madrid first team players have approached Zinedine Zidane over their dissatisfaction with Cristiano Ronaldo. The Portuguese superstar is having a torrid season and has scored just one goal in La Liga. The players have reportedly expressed frustrations over Ronaldo's sense of "untouchability" at the club. 

The Spanish daily has named the likes of Isco, Marco Asensio, Dani Ceballos, Lucas Vazquez and Marcos Llorente to have taken their grievances to the manager. Ronaldo's recent admission that he misses Pepe and James Rodriguez have also not gone well with the squad. 

FC Barcelona want to increase Sergi Roberto's release clause 

Mundo Deportivo reports that the Catalans wish to increase Sergi Roberto's release clause to a staggering €400 million. The club is currently in talks with the utility man whose contract expires in 2019. Barcelona have indicated the player's agent Josep Maria Orobitg about their intentions to increase Roberto's release clause from €40 million to €400 million and by offering him a new five-year contract.

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Sumedh Pande
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An avid Premier League watcher with specialization in transfer news and post match analysis. Follow European and Indian football with minute attention with one eye on the world of cricket.
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