Real Madrid linked with £202m transfer spree: Man United, Arsenal & Bundesliga stars would make Bernabeu side unstoppable

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Life under Zinedine Zidane is going incredibly well with Real Madrid going into the winter break having gone unbeaten across all competitions, however that doesn’t mean that the Spanish giants aren’t being linked with a great many moves in the upcoming transfer windows.

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Real Madrid sit top of La Liga after securing 11 wins and four draws from their opening 15 fixtures, leaving the club six points clear of arch-rivals Barcelona.

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Mesut Ozil £60m

Speculation is rife that the German international could be set for a move back to the Spanish capital, talk that has been fueled by the ongoing contract discussions between the 28-year-old and Arsenal, and the Daily Express claim Zidane sees Ozil as a replacement for James Rodriguez.

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Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang £80m

Zidane is said to favour the addition of a prolific forward to replace Karim Benzema in his front-three and the Gabon international is very much a genuine target according to the Daily Mirror.

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Alexander Isak £10.8m

Real Madrid are also looking to the future and with that in mind are hot on the heels of Swedish teen Alexander Isak according to Bleacher Report the 17-year-old has already been subject to an offer from the La Liga table toppers.

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David De Gea £52m

The Spanish international came very close to completing a summer move to Real Madrid but the deal fell through on transfer deadline day. however Fox Sports believe a move could be back.

The Man United man is said to have a £52m release clause and if Jose Mourinho fails to secure a Champions League spot for the Old Trafford side then a move may prove all the more tempting for the former Atletico Madrid man.

In an effort to offset costs to sign any, or all, of these targets Real Madrid could certainly afford to offload a number of bit-part players with the likes of James Rodriguez, Fabio Coentrao and Isco likely to attract genuine interest and big transfer fees.

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