How Real Madrid Could Line Up Based On Transfer Rumours
Real Madrid aren't exactly a bad team at the moment and currently lead La Liga and could still win the Champions League, but they would be an incredible team next season based on four current transfer rumours.
Club president Florentino Perez has been known to spend big and has twice ushered in eras of 'Galacticos,' buying the world's best players for huge money, and he could be about to do the same this summer.
The Manchester Evening News reports that Paul Pogba still wants to leave Manchester United and both Real and his former team Juventus have been linked with a move for the midfielder.
In a further blow to the Premier League club, as well as others, Napoli defender Kalidou Koulibaly is another target. The Mirror report the Senegal centre back is United's number one target but Los Blancos, PSG and Chelsea are also interested.
Should the Spanish league leaders jump ahead of the queue then Chelsea could also be dealt a double blow by the Spanish giants as one of their most important players wants a move to the Spanish capital.
According to the Sun, N'Golo Kante wants to leave London for a fresh challenge and is eyeing a move to link up with fellow countryman Zidane.
The three time Champions League winning manager might have to convince president Perez to make the move happen but that's far from beyond the realms of possibility.
Finally are the links with Kylian Mbappe. Real have wanted the French forward for some time and were favourites to sign him from Monaco when he moved to PSG in 2017 and the summer could now be when the 21-year-old makes the move, according to Marca.
The forward has had a recent falling out and with his current deal at the Parc des Princes only having two and a half years left to run the club may consider selling at the end of this season to guarantee the most money possible.
Mbappe would certainly be seen as the biggest of the four possible moves and at his young age is considered the heir apparent to Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo.
Signing any of the four players could take Real to a better place than they're in right now but signing all four could take them into a better position than their three Champions League wins in-a-row.
How scary will Real be next season?