Real Madrid boss wants Liverpool star to complete attacking trident?
Real Madrid manager Zinedine Zidane is reportedly considering a move for Liverpool's Mohamed Salah once the club acquire the services of Eden Hazard from Chelsea.
The European champions are reported to have already bolstered their frontline with the £52m signing of Luka Jovic from Eintracht Frankfurt and they are now expected to step up their pursuit of Hazard.
According to Canal + journalist Philippe Carayon, Los Blancos are determined to pursue another frontmen after the capture of Hazard, and Salah has been earmarked as the prime choice.
"Concerning Real Madrid and its reconstruction, after Hazard, Zidane and Real want another big striker. It is Mohamed Salah. This is, after Hazard, their other priority. They want to build a super big trio of attack," he said.
Salah has been impressive in his second season with the Reds with 26 goals and his performances have helped the team reached the Champions League final while just missing out on the Premier League title.
He has more than four years remaining on his current deal with the Merseyside giants and the club are likely to snub any offers from Los Blancos, unless the player tries to push through a departure.