Real Madrid are reportedly preparing a world record transfer for Paris Saint-Germain's Neymar.
Club president Florentino Perez wants to sign a 'Galactico' in the summer and reports suggest he's eyeing up the Brazilian mega-star.
According to SPORT, Real Madrid are lining up a staggering £350 million bid for Neymar.
The Madrid-based outfit are set to table an enormous contract. The 27-year-old currently pockets a cool 36 million euros (£31 million) annually at PSG.
But 'Los Blancos' will pay him 45 million euros (£39 million) over five seasons, with a record release clause which would make him the highest paid player in world football.
The report also claims PSG could be open to the deal so they can settle their Financial Fair Play (FFP) concerns.
Neymar, of course, has already enjoyed a spell in La Liga. He spent four seasons in Barcelona before securing a world record move to PSG.
He was prolific in Spain's top flight, forging a lethal attack with Luis Suarez and Lionel Messi.
However, he left Messi's shadow to carve out his own legacy. But it hasn't quite worked out. While he's won domestic honours in France, he's failed to guide PSG beyond the Champions League quarter-finals.
Neymar to Real Madrid? Watch this space.