Real Madrid president Florentino Perez has dismissed speculations of Paris Saint-Germain pair Kylian Mbappe and Neymar as possible targets for Madrid noting the club is hoping to sign Chelsea star Eden Hazard in the off-season.
“How are we supposed to talk to a club who are playing in a final?” Perez replied during his interview with Onda Cero’s El Transistor.
“We’ve been trying for a number of years to make Hazard a Real Madrid player, but we haven’t achieved it yet.
“I’d really like Hazard to come to Real Madrid and really hope he does. He is one of the best footballers.”
Paris Saint-Germain duo Kylian Mbappe and Neymar have both emerged as possible targets for Madrid.
“I haven’t spoken with Zidane about Mbappe or Neymar, nor have I with anyone else,” Perez said. “Nor have we spoken with Mbappe, nor will we.
“Last year we said we didn’t want them and this year is the same. If we want a player, we’ll speak to their club.”
He also denied Atletico Madrid’s wantaway star Antoine Griezmann has been offered to Madrid and said the club have not received offers for Gareth Bale, added: “We’re not thinking about players.
“We have to meet with Zidane and see what we want to do. We have to buy and sell. I won’t talk about any player,the Real Madrid president said.