Real Madrid head coach Zinedine Zidane is interested in signing Sevilla defender Jules Kounde this summer, as part of the French tactician plans of rebuilding and restructuring his squad around young talents this summer.
If we could recall, Los Blancos were heavily linked to Villarreal Pau Torres but it seems Real Madrid will settle for Jules Kounde instead.
Jules Kounde is on Manchester United, Manchester City, Barcelona and PSG radar but it seems Real Madrid are favorites going into the deal, as the Spanish giants are bringing a better offer to the table.
The French international player is worth £65million in the transfer market.
They are speculations on ground that Real Madrid boss Zinedine Zidane is hoping to use Jules Kounde as potential replacement for Raphael Varane this summer. If we could recall, Varane has only a year left in his contract and it seems the French international is unwilling to renew his contract with Los Blancos this summer.
Real Madrid are currently 3rd in the league and it seems the mananger has his eyes fixed on winnnig the Laliga Trophy this season.
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