Tanguy Ndombele & Adrien Rabiot to Real Madrid

Florentino Perez, The Return of The King

The time is here! The time for Florentino Perez to invest in the biggest superstars in the world this summer transfer season is up. No more youngsters, Real Madrid is in serious needs of players that can dominate the European continent again.

After a horrendous season (still a couple of months to go) the Spaniard media has been busy with a lot of rumors of the players that can come in this upcoming season. We will tell you a few of them and maybe help out Mr. Florentino on who to get.

Tanguy Ndombele| 22

Ndombele is one of the favorite players on Zidane's big list of midfielders. The French man currently plays for Lyon and is having a wonderful season so far, a revelation for sure. Tanguy is in the radar of teams like Juventus, Manchester City, and even PSG. Ndombele could be the replacement for Casemiro or Marco Llorente, one of them most likely will leave the club.

Lyon can let their 'Makelele' for a price of around $50 million.

Adrien Rabiot| 23

Rabiot is another name in the list, also from France is a polyvalent player. He is a player that can offer a lot to his team defensively and in the attack. Adrien was linked to Barcelona back in January but because of his high demands, the negotiations stalled and the player is still free to negotiate with any team.

The dealbreaker for Adrien to join Real Madrid: 'Zizou'. Zidane and Florentino are in love with this player, the reason: he will join the team FREE! He will be an absolute bargain, although he hasn't played a single game in a long time, once he starts, he can turn into a superstar.

These are two of the players that are in Florentino Perez long list. Its time for the King of negotiations to do a comeback like back in 2009. Florentino, do it for the Madridistas.

Luis Gutierrez, follow me on twitter @futboldebarrio3, Instagram: futboldebarrio_

Luis Gutierrez

La Liga Table Writer at Sports Talk Line
Born in Panama and lives in Arkansas. Big fan of soccer, especially Real Madrid and Panama National team.

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