Erling Haaland's rise to prominence is well documented, with the Norwegian scoring 37 goals in as many appearances in all competitions since his Dortmund debut in January of last year, having previously shone at Red Bull Salzburg in Austria.
Kylian Mbappe has also been consistently banging goals for PSG in all competitions this season.
PlentyTori.ng takes a look at Real Madrid's probable line up if they end up signing the duo. Check it out below:
We might set to see a magnificent trio of Mbappe, Eden Hazard and Erling Haaland at CF. Benzema might not be a starter anymore if Haaland comes.
Madrid are said to also be in pursuit of youngster, Camavinga. If he eventually comes to the Bernabeu, he might line up alongside Casemiro and Kroos in midfield.
If the Alaba to Madrid eventually turns out to be true, we might see the Austrian forming a back four alongside Varane, Dani Carvajal and Ferland Mendy in Defence.
See illustration below:
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