Real Madrid have had a mixed start to the their new La liga season under returning Manager, Carlo Ancelotti with Los Blancos winning their first match and drawing their second game.
Ancelotti is looking to compete for the La liga title with his current squad but has started making plans for next season. The Italian Manager wants two Players to replace both Eden Hazard and Gareth Bale at the club next summer.
Ancelotti is a huge admirer of Borussia Dortmund's striker, Erling Haaland and he is also keeping an eye on French Forward, Kylian Mbappe who looks set to leave PSG with his contract expiring at the end of the campaign. Ancelotti wants these two Players at Real Madrid next season.
Real Madrid have been linked with both Mbappe and Haaland this transfer window but with Ancelotti also interested in signing them, Los Blancos will be looking to sign them next summer. Hazard has had injury issues since arriving at Madrid and Bale's future at the Spanish club still remains uncertain ensuring Ancelotti's interest in both Haaland and Mbappe in replacing them next season.
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