Real Madrid manager Carlo Ancelotti is said to be keeping tabs on Manchester City star Yaya Toure up until the January transfer window in hopes of completing another mega deal, Mirror reports.
Having reinforced their forwards lines the past few seasons with Cristiano Ronaldo and Gareth Bale, along with more recent additions of James Rodriguez as well as Toni Kroos, the Champions League winners may now look to add more stability to their midfield.
Losing Angel Di Maria to Manchester United and Xabi Alonso to Bayern Munich has gotten a few negative criticism from their fans with Ancelotti now planning a move for Toure.
Their recent 4-2 loss at the hands of Real Sociedad was a huge wake up call for the Italian manager who knows of his team’s attacking abilities, but may now need to focus on adding to his midfield and defensive lines.
The 32-year-old was considered to be unhappy throughout the summer window as a host of European giants such as Paris Saint-Germain, former club Barcelona, along with Premier League rivals Manchester United, Liverpool, and Chelsea all rumoured to have join Madrid in the chase for his signature.