Despite winning La Liga and the Champions League, Real Madrid are planning for a big summer ahead.
Manager Zinedine Zidane opted against splashing the cash 12 months ago but looks set to embark on an overhaul of his squad as they aim to retain both major trophies won this season.
Manchester United's David De Gea and Chelsea's Eden Hazard have both been backed to make big-money moves to the Bernabeu.
But reports in Spain are suggesting that Real are keen to sign a top centre-back, with Juventus star Bonucci among their targets.
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Sergio Ramos does not want Real Madrid to sign Juventus star Leonardo Bonucci
Diario Gol claim that the defender is Zidane's dream choice to partner Ramos at the back.
However, the report says that Ramos is actually against the Italy international being paired alongside him next season.
Instead, he would rather see youngster Jesus Vallejo given a crack in the first-team, with the 20-year-old catching the eye on loan at Eintracht Frankfurt this season.
The youngster made 25 appearances for the Bundesliga side, helping them reach the German Cup final where they lost to Borussia Dortmund.
Ramos supposedly thinks he could return to Spain a better player, and his own experience could prove key to the young defender fulfilling his potential.
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The Real skipper also thinks that Nacho is also ready to start week in, week out.
The 27-year-old has spent much of his time at the club in the shadow of the likes of Ramos, Pepe and Raphael Varane.
But with Pepe destined to leave the club for pastures new, and Varane being heavily linked a move to Manchester United, he could get more game time in the future.
Another defender being backed to move to Real is Theo Hernandez, with the Atletico Madrid left-back said to be closing in on move to Spain.