- Real Madrid want to sign Eden Hazard and Harry Kane up front
- Neymar is also a target to replace Cristiano Ronaldo, Karim Benzema and Gareth Bale
- Real could target as many as five big names, including Manchester United goalkeeper David de Gea
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Real Madrid are reportedly lining up a sensational transfer raid for Chelsea’s Eden Hazard, Tottenham’s Harry Kane and Paris Saint-Germain’s Neymar in an attacking revamp.
According to Diario Gol, the Spanish giants are prepared to make a number of changes in a number of areas in their squad, but in particular up front.
The ‘BBC’ trio of Karim Benzema, Gareth Bale and Cristiano Ronaldo has looked past its peak this season and it could take some big spending to replace them at the Bernabeu.
Diario Gol claim Hazard, Kane and Neymar are the names being lined up to replace the front three, while Marquinhos is being eyed in defence and David de Gea in goal.
This follows on from Don Balon‘s claims yesterday that Real could try offering two players to Manchester United to bring in De Gea to finally solve their problems in goal.
However, it is up front that Madrid could certainly make the biggest splash, though Diario Gol admit the club do not expect to be able to do all these deals at once.
Sport have also linked Los Blancos with an ambitious move for Neymar, who only just joined PSG from Barcelona last summer.
There’s no doubt that trio of players has the potential to be one of the best attacking units in the world and a worthy replacement of the side’s current attack that has served the club so well down the years.