- Real Madrid are eyeing ambitious potential signings to revamp their attack
- Florentino Perez is reportedly eyeing Neymar to replace Cristiano Ronaldo
- Harry Kane and Paulo Dybala are also in Real’s sights amid doubts over Gareth Bale and Karim Benzema
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Real Madrid president Florentino Perez has reportedly identified three big-name attacking players to replace his front three of Cristiano Ronaldo, Gareth Bale and Karim Benzema.
Known as the ‘BBC’ (Bale, Benzema, Cristiano) – the trio have starred for Los Blancos for the last few years as they’ve won three Champions League titles and one La Liga trophy together.
Still, Don Balon claim their futures are all in some doubt at the moment, and that Perez is looking at Neymar, Harry Kane and Paulo Dybala to replace them in attack.
Benzema, meanwhile, has struggled for form this season and Marca have recently listed Kane as a potential target up front, along with Spurs team-mate Dele Alli.
Real Madrid have a proud recent history of signing the biggest names in world football, and a new-look front three of Neymar, Kane and Dybala could be just the answer to the tough task of replacing their current strike force.
Neymar has shone for Barcelona and PSG in a hugely successful career so far, and Don Balon recently claimed he’d be keen on a move to the Bernabeu if he cannot win the Ballon d’Or in his first two seasons in France.