The right-back is now third in the pecking order behind Dani Carvajal and Lucas Vazquez - who has recently signed a new 3-year deal - and his wages (reportedly around €6.7m annually) are deemed too high for such a bit-part role.
Real Madrid are looking to trim the wage bill this summer by selling a number of fringe first-team players and Odriozola is one of those facing the axe. His agent has already started looked for a new club for Alvaro.
There's interest from Italy (Inter and AC Milan) as well as in Spain (Real Sociedad and Athletic Bilbao). It will be fascinating to see how much Real Madrid manage to sell a player they once paid €30m for.