INTER MILAN are set to make a Real Madrid double swoop to land James Rodriguez and Pepe, according to reports.
Sportitalia have claimed the Nerazzuri are in advanced talks to sign the pair, who are surplus to requirements at the Bernabeu.
Inter become the first Italian club to fall into Chinese ownership and Suning Holdings group are ready to spend big this summer.
Rodriguez, was linked with a big money move to Manchester United recently, that has been quashed and a move to Italy is now on the cards.
The 25-year-old playmaker is contracted until 2020, has struggled to live up to his £60million price tag since his move to Spain from Monaco after the World Cup in 2014.
Los Blancos boss Zinedine Zidane has left the Colombian on the bench for most of the campaign, and his exit this summer looks inevitable.
Rodruguez has only started 13 La Liga games this season, and his goal in the win against Granada looks like his final act as a Los Blancos player.
Pepe, 34 is out of contract this summer, after failing to agree a new deal with the champions after 10 years at the Bernebau.
The pair are expected to be in the squad to face Juventus in the Champions League final in Cardiff next month.