FLORENTINO PEREZ is dreaming of fully overhauling his entrance three this summer season, in response to stories in Spain.
Attacking trio Karim Benzema, Gareth Bale and Cristiano Ronaldo and have confirmed extremely profitable, with the three Champions League triumphs of their 4 seasons collectively.
Nevertheless, their struggles on this marketing campaign have satisfied the Actual Madrid president the time for change has come.
And Marca declare Perez desires a brand new entrance line made up of Neymar, Eden Hazard and Robert Lewandowski as the brand new No 9.
The three have been Los Blancos targets for some time now and this summer season will be the proper time for the European champions to make their transfer.
Actual Madrid have not made a “Galactico” signing since bringing in James Rodriguez in 2014, however wish to add extra glamour to their facet after big-money signings by Paris Saint-Germain and Barcelona.
In the meantime, former Los Blancos president Ramon Calderson claims his former membership are leaking hyperlinks with prime superstars to appease followers sad with the group’s performances.
Talking to Le Parisien, he stated: “It’s a technique Actual Madrid have all the time used to distract supporters from the issues on the pitch and promote them desires for the following season.
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“When these tales break within the newspapers, the membership are eager to see the response of the folks.
“They wish to know what followers would make of the arrival of Neymar that means the departure of Cristiano.”
Nevertheless, Calderon insists the membership would not be making noises about eager to signal the world’s costliest participant in the event that they weren’t assured they may get him.
He added: “However it’s not only a diversion.
“If Actual Madrid have allowed this information to get out, it is as a result of they know they will full this signing.
“I consider they know he has a launch clause, that they will afford to pay it and that the participant desires to come back.”