REAL MADRID president Florentino Perez wants to sign both Neymar and Kylian Mbappe.
Real have long been linked with the Paris St-Germain duo.
Perez is in need of a new Galactico signing at the Bernabeu following the departure of Cristiano Ronaldo, who left to join Juventus in a £100m switch last summer.
Despite playing for their arch-rivals Barcelona, Los Blancos are still believed to be eyeing up a deal for Neymar.
PSG, who splashed out £350m on the Brazilian and Mbappe, reportedly need to balance the books in order to avoid a Financial Fair Play sanctioning from FIFA.
The French champions might therefore be forced into offloading Neymar given that he is seven years Mbappe’s senior.
The latter became the most expensive under-21 player in history when he sealed a permanent £150m move to the Parc Des Princes last summer.
It would take a seismic bid from Real to lure the Frenchman away from Paris, but Real certainly have the funds to pull it off.
And yesterday Perez light-heartedly suggested he wants to sign both players.
The Real chief was asked by a reporter: “Who do you prefer, Neymar or Mbappe?’
To which he replied: “The two.”
Perez reappointed Zinedine Zidane as manager at the Bernabeu yesterday.
Zidane, 46, stepped down as Real head coach following his third successive Champions League triumph back in May 2018.
“I want to put this club back where it belongs”
However, the former midfielder is replacing Santiago Solari for a second managerial stint with Los Blancos.
“I want to put this club back where it belongs,” Zidane said.
“It has been difficult from the outside looking in.
“I have been living here in Madrid, doing my things. But I have recharged my batteries. I’m ready to coach this great club again.”