Spanish League giants Real Madrid are still looking for their first major signing since the departure of Cristiano Ronaldo this summer.
The Portuguese star joined Juventus in a four year deal around £99 million to begin a new phase into his career.
However, the Sun report that Real president Florentino Perez is ready to splash £330m for both Neymar and Kylian Mbappe.
The Brazil star crashed out with his team at the quarterfinal stage of the 2018 World Cup, while Mbappe went ahead to lift the title with France in Russia.
Neymar has howeverm been superb for his side this term - scoring four goals in four appearances before joining the Brazilain national team for their friendly games against US and El Salvador.
Perez believes he can lure both stars to the Spanish capital by offering them a deal they may not be able to reject.
He is also looking at renovating the Bernabeu Stadium, while AS believe the cost of transforming their home could leave them in a " delicate position moving forward when it comes to making big signings. "
They also have a number of payment obligations to make regarding player, with the Spanish publication stating: " The club has pledged the guarantee of the payment of its obligations with different financiers and other creditors, the sponsorship contract until 2018-19 "