Bernabeu side hope to bring in Anfield and San Paolo forwards.
Real Madrid will look to bring in Uruguayan strike pair Edinson Cavani and Luis Suarez from Napoli and Liverpool respectively as incoming boss Carlo Ancelotti attempts to freshen up the Bernabeu attack.
The Daily Star believe it will take bids totaling £95m to bring in the in-form strike pair and Real Madrid are ready to use a host of players as possible bargaining chips to help snap up the pair.
Ancelotti will soon be ushered in to replace Jose Mourinho and the Italian is keen to bring in new attacking options to replace Karim Benzema and Gonzalo Higuain. The Spanish giants are keen to bring in big name signings after a disappointing campaign and have already watched on as arch rivals Barcelona won the race to sign Brazilian youngster Neymar.
Having seen his Liverpool side move no nearer to securing a Champions League berth, despite his goal tally, Suarez may well be tempted by a move to Real Madrid and similarly if a big offer is made for the 26 year old striker then the Anfield side could well consider it given that the former Ajax man will be suspended for the first six matches of the Premier League season.
Napoli are to appoint Rafa Benitez as their new boss but the Spaniard may well have to do without Cavani, who is Serie A’s top scorer this term, as he is strongly linked with a move away from the San Paolo this summer and a move to Real Madrid would surely be one the powerful marksman would be interested in.