- Sadio Mane who plays for Liverpool is now wanted at Real Madrid this summer
- Real Madrid want him since PSG are not ready to sell youngster Kylian Mbappe
- Mane has been incredible for Liverpool since he joined the side
Spanish La Liga giants Real Madrid are now turning their attention to Liverpool striker Sadio Mane with the hopes of signing the Senegal international when the transfer window opens.
Los Blancos' interest in the African star came after Paris-Saint-Germain refused to negotiate any deal with them on the possibility of signing Frenchman Kylian Mbappe.
Kylian Mbappe is the main target for Real Madrid as the chiefs at the Bernabeu see him as a long term replacement for Cristiano Ronaldo.
Since the departure of Cristiano Ronaldo at Real Madrid, the club have been struggling in games which is an indication that they are really missing the Portugal international.
And this is the major reason they want to lure World Cup winner Kylian Mbappe to the Bernabeu so as for him to bolster their squad.
But as it is, Paris-Saint-Germain are not interested in letting Mbappe leave the club regardless any amount Real Madrid would be ready to offer.
According to the report on UK Sun citing Le10Sport, Real Madrid manager Zidane is shifting his attention to Sadio Mane and will try to convince him to leave Liverpool.
But Los Blancos will face a great task to sign Sadio Mane this summer considering the fact that the Senegalese is one of the most trusted players Jurgen Klopp has.
Liverpool are currently waiting for the decision of the Premier League body for them to know the date the season will resume as they have the chance of winning the title.
Earlier, Legit.ng had reported how former Real Madrid manager Fabio Capello recounted how Brazilian legend Ronaldo de Lima made life difficult for him while at the Santigo Bernabeu.
The Italian born tactician managed Los Blancos twice - first in the 1996-97 and 2006-2007 campaigns - winning La Liga titles for them on both occasions.
Ronaldo was known for his partying lifestyle and nobody could stop him for that but went beyond limits after plunging the dressing room with alcohol some of the time.
The two-time FIFA World Cup winner played under the former England and Russia handler for about six months towards the end of his reign at the Spanish club.
The publication added that the player's attitude was responsible for leaving Real in January 2007 and headed for AC Milan.
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