(Florencia Tan Jun/Getty Images)Real Madrid winger Rodrygo is at risk of being offloaded by the Spanish club, as Los Blancos eye further attacking reinforcements, reports Sport.The Brazil international has managed just one goal and one assist in 11 games this season, representing a disappointing return, which sees him face an uncertain future at Real Madrid. While it is reported that there are no doubts regarding the 22-year-old's ability, the LaLiga club are keen to further strengthen their forward options, which could leave Rodrygo's place at the Santiago Bernabéu in jeopardy.Real Madrid reportedly have also not taken well to Rodrygo's recent comments regarding his dissatisfaction at being utilised as a striker. He reportedly said from national team camp this week: "I've always made it clear that I have a knack for playing on the wings -- I simply don't like playing as a No. 9, although at my club I have to do it. Here in the national team, I have freedom move all over the field, which has helped my game."Brazilian youngster Endrick is set to join Real Madrid for €72m in July 2024, which will add to Real Madrid manager Carlo Ancelotti's attacking options, and the club still remain interested in finalising a move for Paris Saint-Germain forward Kylian Mbappé, who sees his contract with the French champions expire at the end of the season. While it is reported that PSG are keen to agree upon a new deal with the 24-year-old, little progress has been made.On top of this, the report suggests that striker Erling Haaland is still on Los Blancos' radar, even as Manchester City reportedly work to sign him to a new, longer deal.If Real Madrid were to part ways with Rodrygo, they would likely be able to demand a hefty fee for his services, representing an attractive prospect to the club, who could be in a position to offload the winger in the near future.