Real Madrid 'plan to sign Robert Lewandowski AFTER Kylian Mbappe if they fail to land Erling Haaland transfer'

REAL MADRID have FOUR names on their wish list for the next two transfer windows.

Erling Haaland Robert Lewandowski Kylian Mbappe AND Paul Pogba are all potential targets, according to AS.

But the Spanish outlet claims that Los Blancos will sign EITHER Erling Haaland or Robert Lewandowski.

Carlo Ancelotti will make a move for Bayern Munich striker Lewandowski should Madrid's efforts to bring Erling Haaland to the Bernabeu fail.

However according to reports a move for top target Haaland will not be easy.

Should Real Madrid complete the signing of Mbappe, PSG are expected to line-up Haaland as his replacement.

And AS claim that Real Madrid cannot compete with the financial power of French giants PSG.

That could pave the way for Ancelotti to turn his attention to the 33-year-old Lewandwoski.


Reports suggest the Polishman will formally ask to leave Bayern Munich after being linked with a move away during the recent transfer window.

There were rumours that the striker wanted to quit Bayern this summer, but the German club would not let him leave for less than £100million.

In the end he stayed put in Munich, despite reported interest from PSG.

However with Lewandowski's contract with the Bavarian club expiring in 2023, the German champions may be forced into a sale to Real Madrid next summer to avoid losing him on a free transfer.

Los Blancos almost signed Lewandowski before he signed for Bayern Munich in 2014, with the club trying again for his signature in 2016.

And now it looks like they might finally get their man should their efforts to sign Erling Haaland fail.

But before that his side have two other names on their agenda.

AS expect Kylian Mbappe to join Los Blancos in January, with Paul Pogba a target for a pre-contract agreement as he enters the final season of his contract with Manchester United.

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