REAL MADRID LINKED WITH LIVERPOOL’S MO SALAH

REAL MADRID LINKED WITH LIVERPOOL’S MO SALAH

Real Madrid appears to be undergoing something of a transitional period at present.

A number of their attack-minded stars are currently either out on loan or have been linked with exits in recent months.

Gareth Bale is, of course, currently plying his trade on loan at Tottenham whilst James Rodriguez was moved on permanently over the summer.

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Elsewhere, both Isco and Lucas Vasquez have been tipped to depart the Spanish capital in the near future.

As a result, it would make sense for Los Blancos to be potentially looking to add some attacking reinforcements in the next year or so.

Salah & Son linked with Real Madrid

And as mentioned above, it appears as though Madrid are seemingly looking to the Premier League in order to reinforce their attack, check out royal1688 and make some side cash while enjoying your time online.

First up, it has been claimed that Real Madrid are following Tottenham’s Heung-min Son closely and will meet with Jose Mourinho to get information on the South Korean:

Son is enjoying a sensational 2020/21 campaign, with his partnership with Harry Kane more deadly than ever.

However, it is hard to see Spurs wanting to part ways with Son, and Mourinho even claimed earlier this season he believes Son wants to commit his future to Tottenham.

Elsewhere, Sky Sports reporter Angelo Mangiante has claimed that Real Madrid appears to be undergoing something of a transitional period at present.:

This link comes just a few weeks after Salah seemed to not rule out the possibility of moving to Spain in the future..

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