Canal+: Zidane will try to sign Salah to 'form a potent, attacking trident'
- Eden Hazard to Real is a done deal, claims Canal+ journalist Philippe Carayon.
- He insists Zidane will make a move for Mohamed Salah after he seals the deal with Hazard.
- The Frenchman dreams of forming an irresistible front three at Los Blancos.
Real Madrid are keen to make move for Liverpool forward Mohamed Salah in the summer. That's according to reliable French journalist Phillipe Carayon.
Speaking on Canal+, Carayon said that the Real Madrid boss will first seal the deal with Chelsea's Eden Hazard and then try to land Salah.
"As we know, Real Madrid are in the process of rebuilding the team and completing the signing of Eden Hazard," he said. "We know that Hazard will announce his decision to leave Chelsea after the Europa League final.
"After the Hazard deal is done, Zidane and Real Madrid will be trying to sign another great forward, Mohamed Salah. Madrid’s idea is to form a potent, attacking trident."
Salah's move to Real is hardly going to happen, at least nothing is suggesting it now. Madrid's desire to sign someone as talented as the Egypt international is easy to understand: in fact, there is hardly a club in Europe that would not want to have Salah in their squad.