With Neymar all set to dazzle at the Nou Camp next season, arch-rivals Real Madrid are pulling out all the stops to wrestle back the domestic title from Barcelona and if reports are to be believed, Tottenham Hotspurs most prized asset, 23-year-old Welsh international Gareth Bale, could be unveiled in early July at Santiago Bernabeu along with possible signings of rising Spanish star Isco and Edison Cavani of Napoli.
As per a report in futbol.as.com, Re-elected president Florentino Perez is keen to deliver on the promises made during his election campaign and after pursuing Bale for long, Real Madrid could make an official offer of £65m for Bale at Spurs prompting the bosses at White Hart Lane to turn down and bid and even prompt Bale to make an official transfer bid.
Madrid have already signed Daniel Carvajal and Casemiro thus far this summer and are keen in Malaga star Isco, who is also linked with Manchester City. Report also mentions that Zinadine Zidane met with the midfielders' father to convince that Isco will get playing time at Bernabeu despite competition from German Mezut Ozil.
With Gonzalo Higuaín Arsenal-bound, Los Blancos are looking for a striker and Napoli's Edison Cavani is their target, though the Uruguayan is rumoured to be closing in on a possible deal with Cheslea.