Real Madrid does not intend to stop with the approach of Jude Bellingham in the summer market. The Spanish club has reached an agreement on personal terms with the Englishman, and is now talking to the leaders of Dortmund to agree on the financial aspect of the operation. At the same time, Madrid are exploring the possibilities of bringing the PSG superstar, Kylian Mbappe, as well as the Bayern Munich defender, Alphonso Davies, to the Bernabeu.
As for Mbappe, the contract that the Frenchman signed last summer is for 2 years, with the option to renew for an additional year. However, this clause can only be activated by the player and not the club. This means that Mbappe will soon enter the final year of his contract, and PSG may be open to offers for the forward's card, so as not to risk him leaving for nothing. Mbappe could sign a pre-contract with a club outside France in January, and Real Madrid will be there to take advantage of the opportunity.
Meanwhile, as for Davies, the Canadian is considered not for sale to Bayern, but the player has not yet signed a new contract with the club. His current contract with the Bavarians expires in the summer of 2025, and the defender is thought to be open to a new adventure.
Real are looking to strengthen the defensive department, knowing that Mendy's future in Spain is somewhat unclear. The Frenchman has started in just 15 matches in the championship, and has not played in the Champions League since November last year. Real Madrid are thought to be willing to sell Mendy in the summer if the right offer comes knocking at the Bernabeu, but that would also mean finding a replacement, and Davies is the perfect player in Los Blancos' eyes.