How Real Madrid could line up next season with Mbappe in terrifying attack, Pogba in midfield and Rudiger fixing defence

REAL MADRID reached the Champions League final last night after a dramatic win over Manchester City, despite an ageing line up.

Carlo Ancelotti's side face Liverpool in the final on May 28th, but it could be a few players' last game for the club.

The LaLiga giants are expected to strengthen heavily in the upcoming transfer window.

And after being linked with Real Madrid for an eternity, Kylian Mbappe could finally seal a switch to the Bernabeu this summer.

The 23-year-old is out of contract at Paris Saint-Germain at the end of the season and expected to leave on a free transfer.

Real are favourites for his signature, with fans convinced Mbappe is on his way out after a leaked photo showed the forward packing up his possessions.

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Mbappe would slot straight into Ancelotti's line up if he is recruited, but may have to settle for a berth on the right hand side after Vinicius Jr's stunning form this season.

The pair would line up either side of Karim Benzema in what is a terrifying looking attack.

There could also be change in Ancelotti's midfield too.

Paul Pogba is another who is out of contract when the current campaign comes to an end.

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The 29-year-old is likely to have played his last game for Manchester United.

Reports suggest Pogba is yet to decide on his future, but Real Madrid are one of four clubs chasing his signature.

And although Toni Kroos and Luka Modric are in the twilight of their careers, they could still have enough left in the tank for one campaign alongside Pogba.

Then at the back Antonio Rudiger completes the trio of free transfers, although unlike the other two this one is already all but complete.

Chelsea boss Thomas Tuchel has already confirmed Rudiger is leaving in the summer.

He has agreed a four-year deal with Real, which will see him earn close to £60million.

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The German defender will likely slot in at the back alongside David Alaba, with Ferland Mendy and Dani Carvajal as full-backs.

As a result the spine to Ancelotti's team could completely change in the summer, but without Real having to spend a single penny on transfer fees.

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