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Cristiano Ronaldo: Real Madrid are willing to pay £200million for Neymar

On top of that, Real Madrid are also prepared to give Neymar a salary worth £35m a year.

Cristiano Ronaldo: Real Madrid are willing to pay £200million for Neymar

On top of that, Real Madrid are also prepared to give Neymar a salary worth £35m a year.

11 November 2017 Saturday 12:49
Cristiano Ronaldo: Real Madrid are willing to pay £200million for Neymar

Cristiano Ronaldo is aware of Real Madrid's desire to sign PSG star Neymar, reports say.

The Brazil international is mere months into his time at PSG after signing from Barcelona back in August.

But, despite Neymar's insistence he is happy in France, talk of a sensational Bernabeu transfer continues to rumble on.

Spanish website Don Balon claims Ronaldo is aware of Los Blancos' eagerness to snap him up.

And he thinks Real are willing to pay £200million to land their man.

On top of that, Madrid are also prepared to give him a salary worth £35m a year.

Real Madrid star Gareth Bale has picked up ANOTHER injury.

The Wales international has been out since September with a calf problem, with Los Blancos toiling in his absence.

But fans' hopes of seeing Bale back anytime soon now appear to have been dashed.

A statement from Real has confirmed Bale has suffered a fibula rupture in his thigh, which could set him back another six weeks.

That means the 28-year-old has now missed 40 of Real's last 60 games.

Chelsea striker Alvaro Morata has admitted he would return to Real Madrid, but the situation is 'complicated.'

Real Madrid star Cristiano Ronaldo knows their plan for Neymar

Chelsea striker Alvaro Morata has admitted he would return to Real Madrid, but the situation is 'complicated.'

"Of course I would return to Real Madrid, but it's complicated," Morata told Spanish radio station Cadena Ser's main football programme El Larguero.

"I told the coach I wanted to play more. That I wanted to go is foolishness. I felt important for Madrid, but I wanted to play in the Champions League knockout stages.

"I've never said a bad word of Madrid nor will I say it. Always I wish them the best. I'm a fan of Madrid but a Chelsea player."

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Updated: 11.11.2017 13:01
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