Although they are champions of Spain and Europe, Real Madrid’s ambitions are again the biggest for next season.
Therefore, Florentino Perez wants to further strengthen Carlo Ancelotti’s team.
The failure of the transfer of Killian Mbape does not seem to have left too much of a mark on the Kings, who have so far brought in Aurelien Choameni for 75 million euros from Monaco and Antonio Rudiger from Chelsea, who arrived as a free agent.
Real Madrid are now considering possible arrivals next summer, and the team’s scouts have introduced three players whose one-year contracts expire.
According to Mundo Deportivo, Yuri Tillemans from Leicester, Riyad Mares from Manchester City and Serge Gnabri from Bayern are the three that Los Blancos are closely following and could be brought to the Santiago Bernabeu next summer.
It should be mentioned that Serge Gnabri and Riyad Mahrez are in negotiations with their clubs to extend their contracts, so the idea of bringing these players for free could easily fail for Galacticos.
To remind, Real Madrid also expressed interest in Jude Bellingham from Borussia, for whom Florentino Perez is ready to allocate around one hundred million euros.