Real Madrid are considering making a move for Arsenal target Dominic Calvert-Lewin ahead of January window, MySportDab reports.
The Everton striker is being linked with a move elsewhere when the January transfer window opens as two clubs are strongly in the race.
Arsenal will have to deal with Real Madrid if they are to secure the signing of Dominic Calvert-Lewin who might be looking to make a move elsewhere.
The England International has been exceptional from last season till date which has seen him make his debut for the Three Lions during Euro 2020.
Arsenal and Real Madrid are now looking to fight over a move for the forward as they want to bring him in as their new signing next year.
The player was earlier linked with a move away which saw Everton placing a €100 million price tag on the English man which didn’t see any move happen.
According to his currently market value he should be available for around €45 million which wont be a big deal for both clubs looking to sign him.
Blancos keen on Everton striker with plans of them making a move happen when the transfer window open in 2022.
Everton striker Dominic Calvert-Lewin is the latest goal scorer registering on the recruitment radar of Real Madrid, according to reports reaching us from Calciomercato.
The England international is also said to be a target for Arsenal, but the Blancos are prepared to join the race for a highly-rated 24-year-old striker.
A move could be on the table as both teams stand a better chance of luring him away from Everton who are currently under performing this season.
Dominic Calvert-Lewin joined the Toffees in August 2016 for reported fee of €1.5 million which saw him growing up and establish himself as one of the best goal scorers in England till date.