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Transfer News- Neymar headlines trio to replace Real attack

Transfer News- Neymar headlines trio to replace Real attack

 

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Some transfer news suggests that this season Florentino Perez wants to change his attacking trio to replace BBC.

Real Madrid is struggling this season in their domestic league and also in the Champions League, they are facing a goal drought this season, the Five times Ballon d’Or winner Cristiano Ronaldo also struggling in front of the goal this season for the Blancos side, and Bale just returned from his Injury and not looking in a best shape and Benzema is hoping to come back from injury in the next couple of matches.

 

As they are not getting the results with BBC this season, Florentino is considering making few changes this season, as he has eyed Neymar from PSG, Eden Hazard from Chelsea and Robert Lewandowski from Bayern Munich to replace BBC.

 

Harry Kane and Mauro Icardi are the other two strikers they are looking after if they failed to sign the Polish striker from Bayern Munich.

 

 

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