Gareth Bale tells Real Madrid he'll only leave for Premier League club

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According to reports, Ronaldo is said to have "various dissatisfactions" with Real - including his wage packet which is said to be lower than Lionel Messi and Neymar's.

This story comes on the back of claims from Spanish TV football programme El Chiringuito, which state that Jorge Mendes, Ronaldo's agent, was left dissatisfied after recent showdown talks with the Madrid hierarchy.

"In the next few days I will give an answer to the fans".

The Frenchman has since resigned but Bale's future in Madrid is far from certain and Bayern Munich have earmarked him as a replacement for Arjen Robben.

Real Madrid defender Marcelo has claimed that Neymar "will play" for the club one day amid ongoing speculation that he could leave Paris Saint-Germain this summer.

Cristiano Ronaldo's future has once again made the headlines of Portuguese newspaper Record.

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"But we can overcome (Cristiano's exit) because LaLiga is more important than any club or player". Madrid are not open to the possibility of extending Ronaldo's current contract given that he turns 34 next February and is on a steady decline. Madrid must always look for the best players.

Ronaldo is now on €21m-a-year. "I don't know if it is for trophies, the season, the quality of the player".

"It concerns me that Cristiano could leave Real Madrid because he's one of the stars of the league and I'd like him to be in it", Tebas told Sport.

"England haven't given us many memories yet, have they?" said Rashford, who intends to put that right in Russian Federation.

The Real Madrid all-time top scorer later attempted to clarify his comments, but only tangled the web further, saying: "I can not guarantee that I will stay at Real Madrid, but this is not the moment to talk, as Madrid have made history, but neither am I going to hide".

Former Madrid star Luis Figo said his former worldwide teammate had not chosen the best moment to make public his thinking, which may have been influenced by things we do not know.

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