Paris Saint-Germain are eyeing a sensational triple swoop for Gareth Bale, Isco and Toni Kroos from Real Madrid, report Le Parisien.
It is claimed by the report that three moves will cost the Ligue 1 champions a total of €210m and it is driven by their ambition to challenge for the Champions League title.
The report claims that Kroos is the highest valued of the trio at €80m with Bale said to be €70m with Isco’s value the lowest at €60m.
Zinedine Zidane has reiterated his actions are “very clear” after he left Bale out of the matchday squad at Real Sociedad on Sunday.
The 29-year-old Welsh forward appears to be the most vulnerable of the trio with multiple reports saying Los Blancos are actively pushing for an exit but cannot find a club to match his valuation and wages.
Isco, 26, had been frozen out of the starting XI by previous Madrid boss Santiago Solari – not starting a match across La Liga or the Champions League under the Frenchman’s predecessor, but has found greater prominence since Zidane’s return.
The future of Kroos looks less uncertain but Madrid’s reported interested in Manchester United midfielder Paul Pogba could potentially see the German international moved on.
PSG sporting director Antero Henrique is said to be heading the project for the remarkable treble swoop.