The rumour mill keeps churning out new stories and Tribuna.com keeps you up to date on all the recent transfer gossip around the Whites.
Real Madrid are going into the transfer window with lots of uncertainty.
We don't know yet whether the club is ready to spend big in the wake of the collapsed Super League plan and the Covid-19 pandemic. Mind you, we don't even know whether Zidane stays next season or not!
Erling Haaland. The Dortmund super talent is on the wishlist of almost every elite European club. Haaland even visited Real Madrid with his agent and his father last month. But the German side are determined to keep him in the summer. Probability of joining Madrid in the summer: 5/10
Kylian Mbappe. Believed to be the top priority for Real Madrid. There have been lots of controversial reports regarding Mbappe's future and a potential move to Santiago Bernabeu.
Perez declared big-money transfers impossible without the Super League but Le Parisien insists that Los Blancos could get the 22-year-old in the summer as banks are ready to loan money to Madrid. The fact that Kylian isn't signing a new deal with PSG also helps the Whites' cause. Probability: 7/10
David Alaba. The Bayern versatile ace is all but confirmed as a Real Madrid player from next season on as even details of Alaba's contract were revealed by very reliable sources. His arrival is imminent. Probability: 9.9/10
Eduardo Camavinga. Camavinga is expected to reject a contract extension from Rennes. The 18-year-old prodigy is monitored by top clubs across Europe. Despite a tender age and the last year of his deal with the Ligue 1 side, the central midfielder could cost as much as €60m.
However, he is represented by Jonathan Barnett (who works with Bale too), and that could make things difficult for Madrid given their strained relationship with the agent. Probability: 4/10
Paul Pogba. The France international has been on Madrid radar for several years now. Agent Mino Raiola confirmed the midfielder won't extend his United deal, so Pogba could be allowed to leave this summer. Zidane is believed to be a fan of the World Cup winner but Paul is not getting any younger. Probability: 4/10
Houssem Aouar. The Lyon playmaker has had a relatively poor season and is said to be available for just €25-30m. The Whites are keeping tabs on Aouar but we're not sure whether he is Madrid quality.
Andre Silva. The Frankfurt striker has only recently emerged on the radar. The 25-year-old striker, who is the third-best scorer in the Bundesliga this season, is said to be considered a long-term replacement for Benzema. Jovic could be involved in a deal with the German outfit. Probability: 1/10
Luka Jovic. The Serbian has failed to live up to expectations and Real Madrid are largely expected to cut losses and sell him in the summer.
The abovementioned interest in Silva could help Los Blancos offload the 23-year-old who was brought in for around €60m. However, Luka doesn't give up hopes to get a new chance at Real Madrid. Probability of leaving: 6/10
Raphael Varane. Varane is said to be in talks with Manchester United over a summer move. Perez earlier hinted that he would not try to keep a player who is willing to renew his deal with the club. It expires in 2022. Probability: 7/10
Sergio Ramos. The 35-year-old's contract runs out in the summer and he's not signed a contract extension yet, which speaks against his stay. Florentino Perez hinted that Sergio would have to accept a pay cut. The captain is said to have better contracts offers elsewhere. Probability: 8/10
Eden Hazard. Real Madrid bosses are said to be annoyed with Hazard's attitude and his post-match behaviour at Stamford Bridge could have been the last drop in the cup of their patience. Marca says the Belgian will be put on the market in the summer and if a €50m bid arrives, he will be sold. However, no club has been linked with a move yet. Probability: 4/10
Lucas Vazquez. The 29-year-old will be a free agent in June. The Spaniard has been linked with PSG, Bayern Munich and most recently Milan. As per AS, LV has received an offer on improved terms from Real Madrid and could stay put. But the player himself doesn't sound certain about his future. Probability: 7/10
Gareth Bale. Bale seems to happy at Spurs. At least, Marca says Tottenham would be happy to extend his deal. The Welshman has 1 more year on his deal with Los Blancos and his agent Barnett hinted that his client would accept sitting on the bench at Real Madrid if they don't loan him out again or resolve his future in another way. Probability: 8/10
Marco Asensio. Zidane seems to trust Asensio who has put the injury woes behind him and has delivered several top-notch performances this season. However, Juventus are said to be interested, and if an offer north of €40m arrives, he could be let go. Probability: 2/10
Martin Odegaard. Ode is enjoying regular minutes at Arsenal and seems to be happy at the Emirates. The 22-year-old's contract with Real Madrid runs until 2023 and the club's stance on him is likely to depend on Zidane's future.
His loan deal has no option to buy, which means that Los Blancos see him as a part of the future but he'll need to be assured of playing time to convince him to stay. Probability: 4/10
Isco. The playmaker is likely to leave the club after this season. He was close to a move to Sevilla in the past and is likely to be allowed to go there this summer. Probability: 9/10
Marcelo. We haven't seen specific clubs linked with the veteran Brazilian. But the emergence of Miguel Gutierrez means that Marcelo is a third-choice left-back now. He probably won't stay just to make up the numbers. Probability: 8/10
Mariano Diaz. This season has shown that Mariano is not good enough for Madrid. He is likely to be sold to the highest bidder. Probability: 8/10
Alvaro Odriozola. We haven't seen his name next to any potential suitors but Zidane clearly doesn't rate Odri, preferring Valverde and Marvin to him even when all other right-backs were injured. Probability: 7/10
Brahim Diaz. AC Milan seem to want to keep the playmaker for the next season. Madrid's position is unknown but we struggle to imagine Brahim returning to the side. Probability: 7/10