Zinedine Zidane's second and third Real Madrid transfer targets have been revealed.
Frenchman Zidane returned as Real's manager on Monday as he replaced Santiago Solari in the Bernabeu dug out, having left the club 10 months ago.
And he wasted no time in confirming his first transfer just four days later - as Real captured defender Eder Militao.
The Portuguese, who was previously a Manchester United and Liverpool target, moved from Porto in a £43million move.
And now Zidane has set his eyes on two more recruits as he prepares for an overhaul in the Spanish capital this summer.
Midfielders Nabil Fekir and Sergej Milinkovic-Savic are the next names on the shopping list.
According to the Daily Record, France World Cup winner Fekir has been approved as a target by Zidane.
Fekir was wanted by the Reds last summer before Chelsea lead the charge for his signature in January.
But the Lyon ace will only have a year left on his contract at the Ligue 1 side at the end of this season, and if he fails to agree a new deal the French outfit will reluctantly sell him.
Fekir is see by Zidane as a potential Christiano Ronaldo replacement - the Portuguese superstar moved to Juventus a year ago.
After Fekir, Zidane and Real will turn their attention to Milinkovic-Savic, according to El Chiringuito TV
Lazio ace Milinkovic-Savic has previously been rumoured to be wanted by the likes of United, Inter Milan and Juve but Real are ready to jump the queue.
Lazio would not been keen to let their leading light leave for less than £100m, although could be negotiated down to £75m.