- Carlo Ancelotti might be plotting a surprise move for England international Dominic Calvert-Lewin this summer
- The 62-year-old recently re-joined Real Madrid after Frenchman Zinedine Zidane walked out on the La Liga team for the second time
- Ancelotti is now set to build a team to compete for silverware and his former player is his first target with a bid that could be as much as £50m
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Dominic Calvert-Lewin has emerged as a top transfer target for new Real Madrid boss Carlo Ancelotti this summer.
The Italian-born tactician was named Los Blancos' next handler after the exit of Zinedine Zidane at the end of the 2020-21 campaign.
Ancelotti didn't think twice to quit his role as the Toffees head coach for a return to the Santiago Bernabeu despite his £1million-a-month deal at the Premier League club.
Real Madrid could splash as much as £50m on Calvert-Lewin
He is now planning to raid the Goodison Park for his former striker Calvert-Lewin in a deal that could be valued at about £50 million.
The former Chelsea boss was quoted to have described the English man as a complete striker during his reign at the EPL club.
Real reason Everton might consider selling Calvert-Lewin
The Sun claims Merseyside outfit had lost a staggering £240 million in the past two years, and with coronavirus still stopping fans from the stadium, they might be hit with Financial Fair Play restrictions.
Dominic Calvert-Lewin's current deal with his current club is due on June 30, 2025, but he could move way before his contract elapses in the next four years.
Chelsea want Man United target Raphael Varane this summer
Legit.ng earlier reported that Chelsea may have joined Manchester United in the race to sign Real Madrid defender Raphael Varane this summer.
Since the Blues became the champions of Europe, Thomas Tuchel who is the manager of the side has been trying to bolster his squad ahead of next season's campaign in all competitions.
There have been concerns that Antonio Rudiger might be leaving Chelsea this summer and the Blues' chiefs are already preparing a replacement for him.