The latest Real Madrid transfer rumours include Manchester City planning a bid for Sami Khedira and Los Blancos trying to sign Chicharito Hernandez on a permanent basis.
The Daily Star has claimed Manuel Pellegrini is keen to bring Khedira to Manchester. The Citizens are having a tough start to the season and are planning to make some moves in the winter transfer market.
Khedira’s contract expires next June and Real Madrid could be open to a January deal, rather that seeing him leave for free at the end of the season. Manchester City could be considering a 10-million-euros offer, according to the British tabloid.
It could signal an intriguing four-way battle for the World Cup winner, with fellow Premier League sides Manchester United, Chelsea and Arsenal all interested in the former Stuttgart man.
Meanwhile, the Spanish press are also reporting that Florentino Perez is working hard to sign Chicharito Hernandez on a permanent deal. The Mexico international arrived at the Santiago Bernabeu from Manchester United in the summer on a loan move, and he has convinced Los Merengues directors to sign him up long-term.
However, the Red Devils are asking for a 20-million-euros fee, and Los Blancos believe that is not realistic. Negotiations could last until next summer.