Real set sights on big-name strike pair.
La Liga giants Real Madrid will turn their attentions back towards either Liverpool forward Luis Suarez or AS Monaco front man Radamel Falcao to solve their striking dilemma when the transfer window reopens again for business in January, according to reports in Spanish sports daily Marca.
Los Blanos sold coveted playmaker Mesut Ozil to Premier League outfit Arsenal for a whopping £42.4m in the final hours of transfer deadline day, and new head coach Carlo Ancelotti has now been promised that cash to use in order to bring in a new world-class attacker in the new year.
The two men Ancelotti is set to target are Suarez and Falcao, with the Italian said to be concerned about the current form in front of goal at the Santiago Bernabeu of first-choice centre-forward Karim Benzema.
And if the France international does continue to show signs of struggling to hit the back of the net in the Spanish capital for the rest of this year, then Madrid will decide on which of their two intended targets to move for in 2014, with both players attractive to buy due to the fact that neither will be playing in European club competitions for their respective clubs this season.