Real Madrid used to earn tens of millions of dollars from selling players who graduated from his academy, and these deals have increased in recent years.
The last four years have witnessed record deals from the sale of "La Fabrica" players, and among the names sold were: Alvaro Morata, Marcos Llorente, Jesse Rodriguez, Raul de Thomas, and more recently the Moroccan star Ashraf Hakimi who moved to Inter Milan.
Murata's move to Chelsea is the most expensive sale for an academic graduate in royal history, for 66 million euros in 2017.
The riyal also gained 44 million euros, and 5 million additions from the sale of Hakimi - who has spent the last two seasons loaned to Dortmund - to "Nerazzurri".
Atletico Madrid Llorente also bought champions Anfield in the Champions League for 30 million euros in 2019.
In 2016, Paris Saint-Germain bought Jesse Rodriguez for 25 million euros, but the player did not provide the addition and spent four years on loan from one team to another.
The last big deal for Al-Malaki from selling an alumni of his academy was de Thomas who paid Benfica in 2019 for 20 million euros, but he stayed in Portugal for only 6 months, then returned to La Liga and joined on loan to Espanyol in January.
There are dozens of other players who have joined Spanish and European teams, bringing to 246 million euros the total of Merengue reaping the sale of his academic graduates since 2016.