The Zinedine Zidane's side, have shown keen interest in bolstering their midfield and have been linked with several midfielder, of which one among them is Rennes Edouard Camavinga, but a deal to bring the 18 years old to the Santiago Bernabeu is yet to be finalize.
Real Madrid have now set their sights on Juventus star Rodrigo Bentancur, as they plan to bolster their midfield.
The £79,000-a-week midfielder, has been in a stunning form for the Serie A since he joined them and has been able to enjoy a regular first team start.
Luca Modric is becoming of age and as a result the midfield is a position where the Los Blancos needs to pay more attention to, as a replacement will be needed to take over from the Croatia international.
According to reports, Real Madrid are ready to make a move to land the signature of the £79,000-a-week Juventus midfielder in the summer.
Rodrigo Bentancur has been able to feature in 40 games for Juventus across all competitions this season.
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