Ferland Mendy, a defender valued at €40 million, is reportedly a target for Real Madrid head coach Carlo Ancelotti.
According to Diario GOL, Ancelotti has told the Real Madrid club board to sell Mendy during the upcoming summer transfer window because he is "fed up" with his attitude there.
The report further stated that the former Chelsea and Everton manager had run out of patience with the French left-back and did not want to have him on his team for the upcoming campaign.
Since moving to Santiago Bernabeu, the Italian has rarely used Mendy and has even started center-back Antonio Rudiger at left back.
Mendy was mentioned by Paris Saint-Germain earlier this season, and the French club is reportedly still interested in the 27-year-old.
The Parisians were willing to offer €40 million to Real Madrid for Mendy’s signature and could return with the offer at the end of the season.
Mendy has played 14 La Liga matches for Los Blancos so far this season but has not convinced Ancelotti.
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