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REAL MADRID EYE DOUBLE SWOOP FOR KANE AND HAALAND IN THE SUMMER

Spanish La Liga giants Real Madrid are reportedly set to head into the summer transfer window with a huge statement of intent to challenge for major trophies next season. The Los Blancos are expected to launch bids for several summer transfer targets and according to the reports, they will want to make marquee signings who can propel them to title triumphs next season.

One of the players being eyed is Borussia Dortmund star striker ErlingHaaland. The young forward is one of the hottest prospects in world football and is also the most sought-after player on the planet right now having been linked to a couple of players including Manchester City, Paris Saint-Germain, Barcelona, and Real Madrid.

Zinedine Zidane has told Florentino Perez that he wants Haaland to lead the Madrid attack next season since Eden Hazard has not been able to stay fit on a regular basis since securing his move from Chelsea some months ago.

Tottenham Hotspur striker Harry Kane is the other striker option on the Real Madrid transfer wish-list who the Madrid club have identified as a big-name signing and they will be doing everything they can to lure the England international striker to the Santiago Bernabeu ahead of next season.

It is believed that Tottenham chairman Daniel Levy will be against the idea of letting go of the club's best player but if the right offer comes in, he could well be forced to listen to offers for the world-class striker.

Madrid and Tottenham have been involved in a couple of business deals in the past and already have a friendly relationship between each other, which would make any transfer discussion go more smoothly if there's going to be any.