Despite not being able to able to buy any players for the next two transfer windows, Real Madrid are always scoping for the next Galacticos.
Here are 10 players that could make the switch to Madrid from the Premier League:
When Brazilian Ronaldo speaks, you better fucking listen. Recently el fenomeno said that Real Madrid should look to add Phillipe Coutinho to their ranks.
The Reds man is quick, technical, produces the occasional worldie, and deserves to play with a better side, or at least in Europe.
Marcus Rashford, another player to catch the eye of Ronaldo, is 18 years old and one hell of a footballer, making him the perfect candidate to become a Galactico.
Rashford could be the first Englishman since Jonathan Woodgate to appear in a Real Madrid shirt and you best believe he'd have more of an impact.
Manchester United will face stiff competition if they wish to keep the young English striker.
The man is playing out of his mind and with contract talks stalling with the Gunners, Real Madrid could offer the German magician a huge payday and a reunion with Cristiano Ronaldo.
Real Madrid would kill for Ozil to be pulling the strings in the midfield and brining his dime.
The hot-headed Dele Alli is class on the pitch. At only 20 years old, the Englishman has a bright future ahead of him that Real Madrid could look to cash in on. Imagine this bloke trying to fight Luis Suarez in El Clasico, fucking brilliant.
Rumors were swirling regarding the Belgium international prior to the disaster that was last season.
Eden Hazard looks like a new man under Conte and could still make the jump to the Bernabeu. Why play for Chelsea when you can play for Real Madrid?
David De Gea
A faulty fax machine prevented the transfer of the Spanish international to Madrid the first time around. Who knew that two of top clubs in the world relied on the technology of yesteryear?
De Gea is playing out of his mind at the moment and despite having Keylor Navas in net, Fiorentino would rather have United's netminder between the sticks.
After a blistering start to the season, Aguero has since cooled off for Manchester City and fallen out of favor with Pep Guardiola.
A move away from the Etihad could be on the horizon and what a better destination than Real Madrid. Los Blancos might look to complete the move just to piss off Atletico Madrid across town.
The record-breaking man has had a rough start to his second term in Manchester and could be looking for a way out.
United won't look to sell immediately, but when the transfer ban is lifted in Madrid, Perez will be looking to get himself some Pogboom.
A youth product of the famed La Masia, Hector Bellerin has developed into one hell of an outside back at Arsenal.
Arsene Wenger is looking to prevent any move away from the Emirates, but he has the potential to be a star. Madrid could look to swoop to have a dig at rivals, FC Barcelona.
After leading Leicester City to a Premier League title, Riyad Mahrez signed a new deal with the defending champs.
With the Leicester magic sent to end after they get eliminated in the knockout round of the Champions League, Mahrez will be looking for greener pastures. Real Madrid with far too much money will look to buy the Algeria international for far too much money and he'll end up rotting on the bench.