Real Madrid want to sign star trio next summer
La Liga champions Real Madrid are reportedly desperate to bring the trio of Kylian Mbappe, Erling Haaland and Eduardo Camavinga to the Bernabeu next summer.
Los Blancos aren't in a position to spend big this window due to the coronavirus crisis, but they plan to go all out in 2021.
The three players they are looking to sign are Mbappe, Haaland and Camavinga, who are worth a combined £261 million right now in the current transfer market.
Reports claim that the trio are firmly on the radar of Zinedine Zidane, with the Frenchman keen on a huge squad overhaul.
Rennes midfielder Camavinga is understood to have been identified as the perfect long-term successor to Casemiro. It has been said that if the club wasn't affected by Covid-19, the 17-year-old would already be a Los Blancos player.
Real Madrid are also desperate to bolster their attack, with Mbappe to potentially cost less next summer as his PSG contract expires in 2022.
The reigning La Liga champions also want Haaland to spearhead their front-line with Mbappe and Hazard to play either side of him.
Borussia Dortmund are desperate to keep hold of the Norwegian international, but the Bundesliga side are aware of Real Madrid's interest in the forward.
Real Madrid know they still have to get plenty of players off their books in order to raise funds, with James Rodriguez the first person to leave as Everton close in on a deal.
They are also hoping Manchester United sign left-back Sergio Reguilon for £27 million having offered the player to the Red Devils.
Zidane remains desperate to offload Gareth Bale, but the former Tottenham ace's £15.1million-a-year wages have put off potential suitors.
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