Real Madrid are reportedly considering whether to launch bids for Tottenham Hotspur midfielder Christian Eriksen and Manchester United forward Marcus Rashford.
Real Madrid have reportedly identified Tottenham Hotspur midfielder Christian Eriksen and Manchester United forward Marcus Rashford as potential signings for the future.
The European champions are going through a transitional period, with Santiago Solari representing their third different manager of 2018 and Cristiano Ronaldo having left for Juventus.
Real have also endured an indifferent start to the new campaign, and it appears that club officials have started to look at possible signings for the upcoming transfer windows.
According to an exclusive report in The Sun, Eriksen and Rashford are on the radar of the Spanish giants as they prepare to make significant additions to the first-team squad.
Eriksen’s contract at Spurs expires in 2020, and the Danish playmaker will attract widespread interest from all around Europe until he commits his future to the Premier League side.
Rashford’s deal ends in the same year – although United possess a 12-month option – and Real could be prepared to invest in the attacker who has struggled for regular starts at Old Trafford.
The report suggests that the pair could cost Real a total of £90m.
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