Real Madrid transfer news: Perez wants Bale gone, Kane wants Madrid move and more
AC Milan eying a move for Bale
Gareth Bale's injury woes at Real Madrid have finally caught up to the Welshman as Don Balon claims that club president, Florentino Perez, now wants Bale sold next summer.
Reports suggest that Perez is unhappy with Bale's injury record after the winger failed to play a substantial number matches in the last 2 seasons.
Italian media was quick to catch on the story and have linked AC Milan with a move for Bale which could even see the dynamic winger ,Suso, make a move in the opposite direction.
AC Milan are expected to continue their spending spree next season and have targeted Bale as their marquee target.
Kane not saying NO to Real Madrid
Harry Kane fueled fire to the speculations linking him with a move away from Tottenham by claiming that he would never say NO to a transfer if likes of Real Madrid or Barcelona come calling.
Speaking with Independent, Kane said: "I would never say no or yes. You'd not rule out anything. I think in football, you never know and you never rule out anything. It is not something that I definitely want to do but it could happen. You just never know.
"Like you said, at the moment, I am very happy where I am here - that is all that matters. We will see what happens, but for now that is all I am focusing on."
Earlier in the week, Don Balon claimed that Real Madrid are preparing a €177million move for Kane and will sign him at any cost next season.
Given the rumor, the timing of Kane's comment could hint towards a move to the Spanish capital with the striker in form of his life.
PSG begging Real to sign Cavani
Ligue 1 side are desperate to sell Edinson Cavani in January and have virtually begged Real Madrid to sign the striker given their current striker woes, reports Diario Gol.
PSG are wary of their transfer spending this summer with two high-profile captures of Neymar and Kylian Mbappe, something that could land them in trouble.
Club officials are not sure of generating enough profit before the start of next season and are scared of getting caught in UEFA investigations under the financial fair play rule.
That is why, coupled with a recent bust-up with Neymar, PSG are keen to sell Cavani. Also, they are confident of Mbappe's progression at the club and his ability to play as the central striker, leaving the place of Cavani in question.
Cavani is even linked with a move back to his former side, Napoli, while Arsenal and Chelsea are also tracking the prolific striker for a January move or a summer transfer next season.