Real Madrid, led by Florentino Pérez, are preparing to settle a three-player contract in the coming period to bolster their ranks, especially after he refused to join the Mercato last winter despite demands from Italian manager Carlo Ancelotti.
Merezé is currently experiencing a fluctuating level, especially in the Spanish league, after losing first place in La Liga to Barcelona by 9 points and losing to Barça also in the semi-final first leg of the Copa del Rey.
According to Al Nacional newspaper, Real Madrid are willing to pay around 300 million euros to secure three lucrative deals that will greatly strengthen the team’s ranks in the coming period.
Real Madrid ready 300 million for three players
According to the same source, Real Madrid are keen to sign Bayern Munich’s Joao Cancela on loan from Manchester City, English star Jude Bellingham, Borussia Dortmund’s and Napoli’s Quaracilia.
The source stressed that the Bellingham deal would cost Real Madrid around 150 million euros due to the demands of the German club.
It is worth noting that the Royal Club entered the race for the player along with Manchester City and Liverpool, the Premier League duo.
On the other hand, a source has stated that Manchester City are asking around €70m to give up their Cancello star during the next Mercato.
Following Pérez’s interest in the Napoli star, a source stressed that Quisha Kvaracilia would cost the Madrid administration nearly €100m.
It is worth noting that Cafara managed to score 13 goals and give 15 assists in 28 matches for the Italian club.