- Real Madrid are looking at a stunning triple raid on Tottenham
- Mauricio Pochettino is a contender to replace Zinedine Zidane as manager
- Florentino Perez also wants Harry Kane and Dele Alli, two Manchester United targets
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Real Madrid are reportedly considering beating Manchester United to three huge figures at Tottenham in a stunning potential triple raid, according to Don Balon.
The Spanish giants’ first choice to replace Zinedine Zidane as manager is Germany boss Joachim Low, but the report claims Pochettino has also caught the eye of club president Florentino Perez and he’d be next in line if a move for Low were to fall through.
As well as that, Real are also interested in impressive England duo Harry Kane and Dele Alli, both of whom have been among the best attacking players in the Premier League in recent seasons.
The pair have struck up a fine partnership up front for Tottenham, and it could be a dream scenario for Madrid to land both of them alongside their manager Pochettino, who has worked wonders to get the best out of both of them.
The Daily Express linked United with an interest in hiring Pochettino earlier this season when Jose Mourinho’s future was in doubt, and the Argentine certainly seems a good fit for the Red Devils with his trust in young players and a commitment to attack-minded football built on a foundation of a solid defence.
Meanwhile, the Sun linked United with Kane as a dream partner for Romelu Lukaku, though it would be understandable if Spurs preferred to sell their star forward abroad.
Finally, United were also linked with a bid for Alli by Don Balon earlier this season, so latest developments suggest Real could try to win a major battle over the Premier League giants by landing all three of those targets.