Eden Hazard (Chelsea)
Perhaps more realistic would be Chelsea’s Eden Hazard, even if he’s not exactly the same style of player.
The Belgium international seems to want out of Stamford Bridge after recent reports from Marca that his father offered him to Real Madrid before the Champions League final.
While another signing would likely be needed on top of this, Hazard’s creativity, skill and goal threat from out wide would certainly be a decent way to start replacing Ronaldo on that left-hand side of the front three.
Harry Kane (Tottenham)
More of an out and out centre-forward than Ronaldo, Harry Kane is another player who, like Salah, perhaps looks the closest thing to the Portuguese right now.
The England international is undoubtedly one of the best finishers in world football after a superb record of 175 career goals scored before he’s even hit the age of 25.
Kane netted 41 in 48 games in all competitions last season and has that confidence and ruthless touch to make him ideal alongside someone like Hazard in a new-look Real front line next season.