Real Madrid, who will reportedly splash the cash in the coming transfer window, want to buy two out of five "Galactico" targets, according to a Spanish football expert.
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Guillem Balague has insisted that Los Blancos will have a busy off-season, and are eyeing several big names following two relatively quiet windows.
"Real Madrid want two 'Galaticos' in the summer; they want two of Paulo Dybala, Robert Lewandowski, David de Gea, Kylian Mbappe and Antoine Griezmann," he wrote in his column for Sky Sports.
The La Liga expert also believes that Real's transfer business in the upcoming window could mean the end of the famous "BBC" partnership between Gareth Bale, Karim Benzema and Cristiano Ronaldo, who have been Real's first choice attacking line since Bale joined the club in 2013 when they are all fit.
"Let's see what they get, but if that happens then the BBC will be destroyed and it will be a case of everybody working hard to get in the line-up," Balague added.
"Having said that, the one who suffers most will be Karim Benzema, not Bale. When Bale is fit, he plays. His inconsistency is explained by his injuries."
The "Galacticos" philosophy has been implemented by club president Florentino Perez in order to bring some of football's biggest names to Madrid to strengthen the first team as well as club's marketing appeal worldwide.
James Rodriguez was the last of the so-called "Galactico" signings, when he arrived for €75 million (R1.1 billion) from Monaco in 2014
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