Real Madrid are reportedly planning to bring both Paris Saint-Germain‘s Kylian Mbappe and Borussia Dortmund‘s Erling Braut Haaland to Bernabeu this summer.
Mbappe has now entered the final six months of his contract at PSG and is widely expected to join Los Blancos on a free transfer following the expiration of his deal.
Haaland’s future, meanwhile, continues to be called into question, with the Norway international said to have a £63m release clause in his BVB contract this summer.
Real Madrid are one of a number of clubs to be credited with an interest in the striker, and according to ESPN, Carlo Ancelotti‘s side are determined to sign him ahead of next season.
The report claims that the capital giants want to take advantage of Barcelona‘s financial troubles by beating the Catalan outfit to the signatures of ‘the two most sought-after players in world football’.
Real Madrid are said to be confident of winning the race for Haaland despite interest from the likes of Manchester City, Manchester United and PSG.
Ancelotti’s side, though, have allegedly dropped their interest in Chelsea centre-back Antonio Rudiger.