The Spanish giants want to sign a replacement for Ferland Mendy, who could leave the club by the end of the season .

There could be an overhaul coming at Real Madrid, and one of their priorities to boost their squad could come from a Premier League club.

Reports from the Daily Mail state that Los Merengues will start conversations to lure a top left back to the Spanish top-flight, even if they have to negotiate a transfer fee with the footballer's current employers.

The footballer in question is none other than Andrew Robertson, the 29-year-old defender from Liverpool. As of now, the Scottish player is still under contract with Klopp's side, but if Real Madrid can come up with the right fee, the English side could be tempted to let the player leave. 

Real Madrid are expected to be quite active in the transfer window, mainly because some of their top players are in their mid-30s and most of them will be out of a contract next season. In Robertson's case, his arrival would be useful to replace Ferland Mendy, who has been hit hard by injuries since last season, and who has forced coach Carlo Ancelotti to improvise in that position with Nacho and Eduardo Camavinga.

The Spanish giants are interested in hiring Robertson to fill that spot in their lineup, although it remains to be seen if Liverpool agree to part ways with the footballer, something that seems far-fetched at this point.