Real Madrid has revealed their summer targets, the Spanish giants have earmarked the additions of manchester united keeper David De Gea and Monaco sensational kid Kylian Mbappe as the two priorities this summer.
Los Blancos earlier this week had beaten arch rivals Barcelona to the signing of Theo Hernandez and Flamengo Vinicius de Oliveira but according to reports it was gathered that the Spanish giant is not done yet with the summer activities as there will be departures and arrivals of player at the Santiago Bernabeu
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Real Madrid only spent €30m (£25.2m, $32.6m) to bring Alvaro Morata back from Juventus while Marco Asensio and Fabio Coentrao from their respective loan spells at Espanyol and Monaco.
Yet even though Real Madrid are still in contention for the La Liga and the Champions League titles, earlier this week different reports claimed that the club began their overhaul with the additions of two promising players like Theo and Vinicius.Also Read: Lionel Messi fumes at Cristiano Ronaldo
Although Vinicius is not expected to arrive in this summer to Madrid until the summer of 2018, once he turns 18 years of age.
The France youngster is expected to serve as a back-up for Marcelo so his arrival will probably mean the departure of Coentrao somewhere else.
AS assure that both deals are already completed but Real Madrid still expects to add four more players in De Gea, Mbappe, Jesus Vallejo and Marcos Llorente ahead of the 2017-2018 season.