Kylian Mbappe and Eduardo Camavinga have put contract talks on pause as they wait for interest from Real Madrid, according to reports.
The pair could be in discussions to renew their current deals with Paris Saint-Germain and Rennes, but Spanish outlet Marca is claiming they are waiting before deciding their future.
Even so, they might have to wait beyond the coming transfer window to make a move to the Spanish giants.
Chelsea target Kai Havertz has also been reported by Marca as waiting to see whether Real come in for him in the window.
Mbappe has been a long-term target for Real and Zinedine Zidane sees him as a potentially crucial player for the future.
The forward, who moved to PSG for €170million in 2017, has hit 90 goals in 119 games in the French capital.
Camavinga, meanwhile, has impressed in his 25 league matches for Rennes this campaign.
He has started 24 of them at the age of just 17 and Real will be hoping to snap up a future talent if they do move for one of the most highly-regarded prospects in the French game.
Havertz has been eyed by most of Europe's top sides ahead of the upcoming transfer window.
He has starred for Bayer Leverkusen, scoring 17 goals for them in the league this season, which has caught the eye of the likes of Chelsea.