Real Madrid duo Gareth Bale and Cristiano Ronaldo have agreed new deals with the Spanish giants, according to reports from the continent.
Despite the defending Champions League winners not announcing anything, Cadena Cope reports that the two star players have put pen to paper to extend their deals in the Spanish capital- which crucially rules out any chances of Bale returning to the Premier League next summer.
The Daily Express reports Bale will be handed as astonishing £91m to reject a move to Manchester United next summer, with United’s long-term interest in the Welsh international well known as speculation on the winger’s future has flooded the back pages ever since his transfer to Spain three years ago.
Following an indifferent start to life with Real Madrid, Bale is now a key-part of Zinedine Zidane’s side and has won two Champions League trophies in three seasons.
Meanwhile, Ronaldo has also been linked with a return to Manchester United but a new deal for the Portuguese icon, now 31, likely means he will see out the remainder of his career in Europe with Los Blancos.
Cope also add three more players are set to pen a new deal, with World Cup winner Toni Kroos, Croatian veteran Luka Modric and Costa Rican goalkeeper Keylor Navas all set to extend their stay with the Spanish giants.