President Florentino Perez has recently suggested that Real Madrid will not be making any major first-team additions during the summer transfer window.
However, that has not stopped speculation regarding potential incomings and outgoings at the Bernabeu as Zinedine Zidane looks to build on winning the La Liga title.
Providing that sales can be made over the coming weeks, it may put Los Blancos in a position where they can make some progress in the market.
Wednesday morning's Real Madrid transfer talk news roundup:
Given the financial implications of the coronavirus pandemic, there are unlikely to be many big-money transfers during the current window.
However, that has seemingly not prevented the powers-that-be at the Bernabeu identifying targets for the next two years.
Having impressed during his season-long loan spell at Sevilla, Sergio Reguilon would have hoped to have earned a chance to prove himself at Real next season.
However, with Zidane favouring Marcelo and Ferland Mendy, it appears that the left-back could be sold to the highest bidder.
The report suggests that the Blues view Reguilon as better value for money than Ben Chilwell, who allegedly possesses a price tag of £80m.
Chelsea will likely place a marginally bigger offer than Everton's, which is said to be £18m.
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