Fabio Capello insisted that Carlo Ancelotti has enough attacking talent at his disposal that Real madrid don't need PSG starlet Kylian Mbappe to be a threat.
Real Madrid failed in their efforts to sign Kylian Mbappe over the summer. The Frenchman's contract at PSG expires at the end of the season and Karim Benzema is confident Mbappe will join Madrid.
Cavani signed an extension with United after a promising first season in English football, but was immediately dealt a set-back after the club completed an emotional re-signing of Ronaldo.
Mbappe is free to talk to clubs in January and Perez implied that a deal was already done and could be confirmed in January, before later saying his words were misinterpreted.
Asked about linking up with Mbappe, who he paired with to help France win the Nations League title, in Madrid, Benzema said: 'I enjoy it with him in the national team and in the future, why not?'
The pair have been at loggerheads over Real's bid to launch a breakaway European Super League earlier this year and LaLiga's proposed £2.3billion deal with US private equity firm CVC.
Mbappe admitted that he became worried when the PSG president said he can't leave for free
Real Madrid are hoping the departure of Gareth Bale, Marcelo and Isco will allow them to sign Paul Pogba next summer.
The striker has since confirmed that he asked PSG to allow him to leave for Madrid, and with his contract expiring next summer, with the Spaniards are hopeful they can finally land their man.
Nkunku has scored 21 goals in 94 appearances for Leipzig including a hat-trick in their 6-3 Champions League defeat to Manchester City last month.
With France star Mbappe, 22, linked with a transfer to Real Madrid when his PSG contract expires next summer, the French club are drawing up a list of potential replacements.
Real Madrid are keen to sign Chelsea defender Antonio Rudiger to fill the void left by the departures of Raphael Varane and Sergio Ramos.