Real Madrid hoping to spend £250m despite transfer ban

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Transfer ban, what transfer ban? As it stands, Spanish giants Real Madrid will not be eligible to sign players in the summer or next January, but that could all change. 

According to The Sun, the Santiago Bernabeu outfit are set to appeal the transfer ban imposed by FIFA. 

It appears, then, that the Court of Arbitration for Sport could yet temporarily suspend the ban, handing Real the opportunity to sign players in the summer. 


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And that could spell trouble for the Premier League big boys. If Real are given the license to add to their squad, the same report from The Sun claims that they could spend as much as £250 million on new recruits. 

The report claims that Chelsea midfielder Eden Hazard sits at the top of their list while they're also interested in Manchester City striker Sergio Aguero. Unsurprisingly, Manchester United goalkeeper David de Gea remains on the club's radar. 

Brilliant quintet 

Finally, The Sun claim that the superstar duo of Paul Pogba and Robert Lewandowski are also on the club's wanted list. 

The aforementioned quintet would all improve the club and most definitely keep them alongside Europe's elite clubs over the coming years. 

New boss Zinedine Zidane, then, could still spend big over the coming months as he goes in search of changing the dynamic of his side. 

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