Los Blancos manager Zinedine Zidane has ordered Real Madrid directors to sign two midfielders this summer as he is keen on signing Paul Pogba from Manchester United and Eduardo Camavinga from Rennes.
The reports in Mundo Deportivo claimed that Zidane wants the Rennes midfielder to be signed and loaned back to Rennes for regular game time.
The pair would cost a combined €100m-plus and Zidane is lobbying president Florentino Perez to find the funds to make both deals happen.
Zidane’s plan also suggested that he is not having plans to bring back Martin Odegaard from Real Sociedad next season.
Real Madrid need to reshuffle their ageing midfield as the likes of Luka Modric and Toni Kroos is not getting younger.
Real Madrid will entertain Eibar in their next game in the La Liga when the league returns on Sunday.