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Ancelotti will try to lure talent away from Madrid

REPORTS: Ancelotti preparing bid to sign THREE Real Madrid players

December 27, 2015 By Oscar Rojas
Sources indicate the Italian boss, who will be in charge of Bayern Munich's coaching duties, will attempt to sign some of his former players.

Carlo Ancelotti doesn't want to feed only from what Pep Guardiola leaves with Bayern Munich, and he will try to add a number of players that are familiar with his philosophy.

Sources indicate that the Italian tactician will try to lure three players away from Real Madrid, and those footballers respond to the following names: Toni Kroos, Luka Modric and Gareth Bale.

A reliable source close to Ancelotti revealed that "Carletto" will try to add these players to his squad next summer, considering the wonderful relationship between them and their former boss. 

Particularly, Toni Kroos' situation with Los Blancos has taken a complete turn to bad, since the German has been reported to be upset with Rafa Benitez for benching him repeatedly. Ancelotti played a key role for Real Madrid to sign Kroos back in 2014, and Kroos would enjoy going back to his former team and re-unite with "Carletto"

Kroos was one of many players to pay their respects to Ancelotti when he was fired by Florentino Pérez months ago.

Modric's situation with the Spanish giants has grown colder this season, with the Croatian midfielder upset for being benched when he's fit to play. Modric is one of the team's most influential players, and while his departure seems unlikely, his open rant against one of Madrid's doctors, who he blames for his frequent physical problems, could make him seek for a way out.

Finally, a deal involving Gareth Bale seems to be out of the question. The Welsh performer has taken a more central role with the team under Benitez, and while his agent criticized Ancelotti for playing him on the wings, Florentino Perez's words regarding Bale leave no room for speculation.

A few months back, Real Madrid's president listed Bale as one of the players that would "never" leave Real Madrid, given his age and the amount of money spent to sign him. 

Bale & Ancelotti, during a training session with Real Madrid last season.

Furthermore, if Cristiano Ronaldo parts ways with Los Blancos next summer, as some reports suggest, Bale's figure would be key for Real Madrid in years to come, so a transfer involving the Welshman is almost out of the question.

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