As the transfer rumours continue, El Loco sizes up the possibility of having Ronaldo, Suarez and Bale leading the front line for Real - making them a force to be reckoned with
Imagine this: Cristiano Ronaldo, Luis Suarez and Gareth Bale playing up front for Real Madrid next season.
This may just materialise as Real are eyeing Bale and reportedly, Suarez as well to beef their squad for next season.
Indeed, a dream attack for Real, as the trio can tear defences to pieces with the help of Mesut Ozil from behind.
Or even if it is only Ronaldo and Bale partnering Frenchman Karim Benzema (Gonzalo Higuain is likely to leave the Bernabeu for Juventus and if Suarez stays with Liverpool).
Tottenham star Bale is deemed to be the main target for Real and they are willing to fork out £80m or so for the Welshman's signature.
This combination of wingers, Ronaldo and Bale, can certainly create havoc even for the best of defences in Spain and Europe.
Real President Florentino Perez will do whatever he can to get Bale to the Bernabeu although it can be difficult as Spurs would want their biggest asset to stay at White Hart Lane, at least for another season.
French champions Paris Saint-Germain also want Bale and are prepared to spend a massive £85million to get him, according to reports.
It would be a real challenge for Perez in his bid to proudly unveil Bale at the Bernabeu in the summer.
So Perez is going to personally oversee the negotiations to sign Bale, as he has done with the rest of the 'Galacticos' ever since he took office in 2000.
Perez, in fact, has done nothing to play down Real's interest in Bale when speaking to the media, insisting: "He's one of the best players in Europe and Real Madrid are always interested in the best."
Good luck senor Perez.
Real fans and the neutrals would be looking forward to watch the Ronaldo-Suarez-Bale link up or at least the Ronaldo-Bale one.
'El Loco' has a feeling that at least one, either Suarez or Bale, will be donning Real colours next season with the kind of determination and commitment shown by Perez to get them.
In other developments, Real have handed professional terms to Enzo Zidane, the son of Real legend Zinedine Zidane.
Enzo, 18, was impressive last season for Fernando Morientes' youth team and will now compete for a place in the Castilla squad while also taking part in Uefa's youth Champions League.
For the record, Enzo's younger brothers, Luca and Theo, are also in the Real youth system.
Like they say, it's all in the family.
Meanwhile, the €57 million used to bring Neymar to Barcelona will not prevent the Catalans from making other signings.
Barca are prepared to back Tito Vilanova in this aspect. They are going to do everything in their power to strengthen the squad.
This issue was discussed at the meeting of the club's board on Monday, before spokesman Toni Freixa spoke to the media the following day.
"I can't tell you how much we've earmarked for signings, because that could hinder the club, as anyone we approached would know how much we had to spend," he said.
"But we'll do all the business we need to and Barcelona will bring in some first-class reinforcements this summer."
Barca must strengthen their defence to mount new challenges in the coming season; to be specific centrebacks.
Freixa refused to reveal much although he did categorically refute suggestions of a bid to sign Raphael Varane from Real.
There isn't much chance of getting the highly-talented Varane, who has come out in the open to say he is not interested to leave Real.
So never mind about the €30 million release clause.
Barca must act fast to get at least two established centrebacks as time is moving fast.
Before they realise it, the 2013/14 Primera Liga season will start and they don't want to be left behind.