Real Madrid Didn't Spend A Penny On Summer Transfers As They Save Up For Monstrous Signing In 2021
Real Madrid have opened the door to signing Kylian Mbappe in 2021 after not spending a penny during the summer transfer window.
For the first time in 40 years, Real failed to make a summer signing which has left Zinedine Zidane frustrated.
The Spanish outfit didn't do any business due to the coronavirus pandemic.
The 21-year-old will command a fee of 100 million euros (£91.1 million) if he fails to renew his PSG contract.
Mbappe is under contract at PSG until 2022.
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The World Cup winner is believed to be on a massive £375,000-a-week after penning a lucrative contract in 2017.
Though Zidane is prepared to use every asset to land Mbappe following a careful summer.
Furthermore, it's also claimed that PSG could offload Mbappe once he enters the final 12 months of his contract.
They'll reportedly seek a transfer upwards of £111 million.
Zidane is also eyeing Rennes phenom Eduardo Camavinga who's attracting plenty of interest following a meteoric rise in France.
The 17-year-old is reportedly wanted by PSG, Juventus and Bayern Munich, among others, with Real facing stiff competition to land the budding midfielder.
RB Leipzig defender Dayot Upamecano is also on Zidane's transfer wishlist not to mention Paul Pogba.
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