Real Madrid will send scouts to watch Liverpool forward Mohamed Salah in action.
That’s according to a report by Diario Gol, who are claiming that the Spanish giants will send representatives to both legs of the Champions League quarter-final tie against Manchester City.
The La Liga champions have been regularly linked with a Summer move to sign the Egypt international following his impressive return to the Premier League this season.
Manager Zinedine Zidane, if he manages to keep his job at the Bernabeu, is likely to see plenty of changes made to his squad ahead of next season, with Brazil international Neymar also a key target.
But a deal to take the former Barcelona star back to Spain from French big-spenders Paris Saint Germain could prove too expensive even for Los Blancos to pull off.
A move for Salah is viewed as potentially cheaper by the money men at Real Madrid and they could instead decide to push hard to try and persuade Liverpool to let him make an exit at the end of the season.
It is highly unlikely that Jurgen Klopp would allow his top scorer to move on so quickly and the former Chelsea man is also very happy with life on Merseyside and is not going to make a transfer request.