Real Madrid transfer news: Neymar to join in the future, Isco wants Ronaldo gone and more - 6 November 2017
Neymar will end up at Real Madrid
Diario Gol are convinced that Neymar will be a Real Madrid in next 2-3 seasons and has constantly been negotiating a deal to join Los Blancos since his move to PSG.
There were initial reports of Neymar planning a move to Real Madrid which has been further confirmed by Diario Gol as club President Florentino Perez is planning to continue Real Madrid's dominance for years to come.
Slow start to the 2017/18 campaign has once again thrown doubts about how long Cristiano Ronaldo can continue at the very top of his game for Real Madrid and Perez sees Neymar as the ideal replacement.
Despite signing for a world record fee, Neymar feels that the PSG move is only a stepping stone in his career and he will relish the opportunity to go back to La Liga and re-write history but this time with Real Madrid.
Isco tired of playing in Ronaldo's shadow
Real Madrid may have a tricky situation on their hands next season as reports of a tussle between Isco and Cristiano Ronaldo has surfaced in the Spanish media.
According to Don Balon, Isco no longer feels the need to play second fiddle to Cristiano Ronaldo and wants to be the main man for his team.
Ronaldo has suffered a poor start to the 2017/18 season and has failed to win matches for his team on a consistent level which has prompted Isco to question Ronaldo's place at the club.
According to reports, Real Madrid see Isco in their long-term plans and are considering to cash-in on Ronaldo while they can still sell him at the right price.
Following this news, do not be surprised to see Ronaldo get linked with an emotional return to Manchester United next season. Going by the way United lost against Chelsea on Sunday, seems United can do with a player like Ronaldo in their starting XI.
Real Madrid ready cash+player offer for Kane
Harry Kane to Real Madrid story will not die anytime soon as Daily Star claims that Real Madrid are willing to offer Luka Modric and Gareth Bale along with a £85million bid for Harry Kane.
Tottenham have valued Kane in the £200million region but Los Blancos are unwilling to spend 200million in cash for the English striker.
However, with Bale's injury woes and Modric's age, President Florentino Perez has decided to offer both players to sweeten the deal and sign Kane at all cost next season.