Real Madrid manager Zinedine Zidane has admitted that he cannot ignore the form of Marco Asensio, Alvaro Morata and Lucas Vazquez as the star trio of Karim Benzema, Gareth Bale and Cristiano Ronaldo continue their struggle for goals.
Real Madrid usually dominate the headlines during transfer windows, as the club's Galactico policy has brought some of the finest players in the world to the Santiago Bernabeu in the most eye catching deals. This summer however marked the dawn of a new era for Los Blancos.
Italian champions Juventus are set to bid for Real Madrid striker Karim Benzema, if they fail in their efforts to sign Alexis Sanchez from Arsenal FC, if reports from Spain and Italy are to be believed.
With preseason training underway, the top European clubs are sizing up their next moves in the transfer market as they build for the upcoming season.
Real Madrid have reportedly decided to reject all incoming approaches for Alvaro Morata and are set to keep the Spanish international at the club this summer.
After months of ongoing speculation about Alvaro Morata's club future, Real Madrid have reportedly decided not to sell the striker this summer.
Real Madrid's interest in Chelsea FC winger Eden Hazard has been reignited by the Belgian's performances for his national side in Euro 2016. The La Liga giants are now willing to offer one of the most coveted strikers in Europe to the Blues in a swap deal for Hazard.
FC Barcelona have reportedly seen a bumper €80 million bid for Juventus attacker Paulo Dybala rejected.
Only a day after Real Madrid exercised their buy-back clause for Alvaro Morata, Premier League side Chelsea expect to lure the Spanish striker away from the Santiago Bernabeu.
In an official statement issued by Real Madrid, it has been confirmed that Arsenal and Chelsea target Alvaro Morata will return to his former club after the Los Blancos exercised a buy-back clause included in the deal that sealed his move to Juventus in the first place.