Following Monday’s announcement of José Mourinho’s departure as Real Madrid coach, ‘Los Blancos’ have begun preparations for the coming season. According to ‘Cadena SER’, Madrid are working on the signings of Málaga’s Isco and Borussia Dortmund striker Robert Lewandowski.
Isco’s arrival at the Santiago Bernabéu would see the young Spaniard replace Luka Modric, with the Croat earmarked by the Madrid club for a summer exit.
The Spanish radio station also reports that Dortmund president Reinhard Rauball last week met with his Madrid counterpart, Florentino Pérez, to discuss a deal to bring Lewandowski to the Spanish capital – and avoid the player’s move to Bundesliga rivals Bayern Munich. Rauball could even be considering the possibility of keeping hold of the Pole for a further season, seeing him leave the Signal Iduna Park on a free next summer.