The Tottenham striker took 26% of the vote from the Madrid faithful regarding their preferred forward options - but the list included only traditional centre-forwards, excluding players like Neymar, Kylian Mbappe, and Eden Hazard.
Reports have suggested that Real are not tempted to meet Chelsea's £200m asking price for Eden Hazard this summer, but that may not stop business being conducted between the two clubs.
New Chelsea manager Maurizio Sarri is also keen to work with Hazard and wants him to remain at the club despite the lucrative offer of joining the Los Blancos.
It would be a huge boost for the Merseyside outfit if they manage to get Pickford to agree to a new deal.
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But wiping out Atletico's lead was an even more impressive effort from a teenager wearing the No. 55 jersey for the Gunners. Arsenal began their International Champions Cup with a penalty shootout loss to Atletico Madrid in Singapore .
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Behind him were the two Finnish drivers (Bottas & Raikkonen) in 2nd and 3rd places. Indeed, what a difference a day makes.
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Prime Minister Theresa May has repeatedly said that no deal would be better than a bad Brexit deal. That has infuriated Brussels , which insists that the bill is simply a settling of accounts.
"I've spent six years in England", he said.
Courtois is in the final year of his Chelsea contract and could be tempted into a move to the Spanish capital as his children live there.
However, according to the Daily Mail, Chelsea are prepared to swoop in for the Welshman this summer.
Then they still had Ronaldo, who began the season off colour, and while now the club feels that Benzema and Bale can step up a level, they would prefer to have another danger man. The Newcastle United striker, who was on loan at Fulham for the second half of last season, is in London finalising the transfer. The Venezuela worldwide has a £16.5m release clause in his West Brom contract. Crouch was part of the Stoke squad that was relegated last season but it's reported that Burnley are lining up a £500,000 bid for the 37-year-old striker.