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Real Madrid trio Angel Di Maria, Karim Benzema and Sami Khedira reportedly face an uncertain summer future at the Santiago Bernabeu with reports claiming a few Premier League giants are monitoring the situation.

The Champions League winners are planning to bolster their squad with at least a top midfielder and striker to replace youngster Alvaro Morata – indicating that also a number of players will leave the club in the summer.

According to Spanish newspaper AS, Di Maria is currently the biggest favourite to move away while Khedira and Benzema are also still yet to define their futures at the club.

Reports says Di Maria has already told Real Madrid officials he wants a summer exit as he believes the club don't value him highly enough.

Arsenal, Manchester United, Monaco, Juventus and Paris Saint Germain are reportedly tracking the Argentina international who, in the World Cup, is proving once again to be one of the best wingers around the World.

Furthermore, Real Madrid are also open to listening to offers above £40m and indeed they have already earmarked World Cup sensation James Rodriguez as his replacement.

Meanwhile, the La Liga giants are also considering the future of Khedira as his contract at the Santiago Bernabeu is set to expire in 2015. Should he decide against prolonging his spell in La Liga this would be Real's last chance to recoup some money for his services.

Real Madrid are also reportedly in advanced negotiations to secure Tony Kroos from Bayern Munich – leaving no place for his compatriot in Carlo Ancelotti's line-up.

Should Los Blancos finally decide to part ways with Khedira, it is understand that Arsene Wenger is likely to bring him to the Emirates Stadium as a long-term replacement for Mikel Arteta – while United, Chelsea and Liverpool have also been linked with him recently.

Benzema's case is a little bit different. Real Madrid want him to stay but his contract also expires next summer. Currently the negotiations over a renewal are far from settled with the 26-year-old demanding a rise from €4.5 million to €9 million.

Arsene Wenger has long been an admirer of the Frenchman and with Benzema's friend Olivier Giroud as the current only experienced option in his squad he may be tempted to renew his interest in the Real Madrid star.