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Real Madrid Plot Sensational TRIPLE Free Transfer Swoop Next Summer

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Real Madrid Plot Sensational TRIPLE Free Transfer Swoop Next Summer

Real Madrid are thought to be plotting a sensational TRIPLE free transfer swoop for three world class players next summer.

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The Spanish giants are looking at Galactico signings, with the club keeping tabs on a host of players across Europe.

And it appears Carlo Ancelotti's team could complete a stunning free transfer haul without spending a single penny in transfer fees.

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That's because Real want to sign Kylian Mbappe, Paul Pogba and Antonio Rudiger during the summer transfer window.

As it stands, all three players will be free agents at the end of the season - with their respective contracts at Paris Saint-Germain, Manchester United and Chelsea expiring next summer.

Mbappe has been a long-term target for Real, who tried to sign the phenom forward last summer but to no avail.

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They're now expected to wait until June 2022 to sign the France international, rather than submit a bid in January.

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As for Pogba, it's been claimed that Man United are planning to let him leave for free, according to Spanish outlet Marca.

The report also adds that Real are stepping up their pursuit of Rudiger, who has failed to reach terms over a new deal with the Blues.

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Florentino Perez, though, faces stiff competition to snap up Mbappe, Pogba and Rudiger with the likes of Juventus and Bayern Munich, among others, also keeping tabs on the aforementioned stars.

Real haven't won the Champions League since the 2017/18 season, but the potential addition of Mbappe, Pogba and Rudiger could help them to an unprecedented 14th triumph in Europe.

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Topics: Paul Pogba, Football, Antonio Rudiger, Kylian Mbappe, Real Madrid

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