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Sami Khedira given less time in Play

The German midfielder Sami Khedira has been dropped from being a consistent and regular starter for Real Madrid to only being able to play a few minutes on a few matches.

Luka Modric, James Rodriguez and Toni Kroos are preferred options of Carlo Ancelotti in his midfield and this leaves Sami Khedira on the sidelines of Real Madrid as the German defensive midfielder has to settle with a place on the bench.

The current situation of Sami Khedira has attracted the attention of a few European clubs including Arsenal and Ac.Milan with both of those teams being recently linked with the experienced midfielder and Carlo Ancelotti has now revealed that there is a real possibility of Khedira leaving Real Madrid as early as January of 2015.

"There are indications that he might leave, but I think he wants to stay here," Real Madrid’s Carlo Ancelotti said.

Sami Khedira has stated that he would like to remain being a player of Real Madrid and not leave anytime soon but his contract expires in the summer of 2015 and there have not been any contract extensions offered to the German midfielder and if the right offer comes along for Khedira, Real Madrid could be tempted on selling him when his contract runs out.

"Right now, I cannot see any reason why I would leave the club this winter. Real Madrid is a great club to be at. This club has a place in my heart and there is absolutely no reason for me to say that I want to or have to leave. I get the feeling I am still wanted by coach Carlo Ancelotti." Sami Khedira told the media as he talked about his future with Real Madrid.
Sami Khedira can offer defensive solutions to just about any team and his set of skills is what many clubs are in need of including Manchester United and the Premier League does not hesitate in offloading huge amounts of cash in order to sign their targets.