Real Madrid have reportedly identified three potential long-term replacements for veteran striker, Karim Benzema amid the ongoing January transfer window.
Benzema is still very much at the peak of his powers despite being 35 years of age.
The France striker won the prestigious Ballon d'Or last season for his exceptional performances for Real Madrid.
Benzema scored 44 goals and registered 15 assists in 46 games across competitions for Los Blancos last term to help Los Blancos win both the Spanish La Liga title and UEFA Champions League.
While Benzema remains one of the most feared strikers in Europe, Real Madrid have reportedly set their sights on three players to replace him in the long run.
According to Spanish outlet Fichajes, the three players are Brazilian youngster Endrick, Manchester City's Erling Haaland and AC Milan's Rafael Leao.
Real Madrid have already secured the signing of Endrick, who will join the Spanish giants from Palmeiras in 2024.