Ronaldo reveals future plans
Real’s struggles in 2017-18 have highlighted the need for a freshening up of the ranks, with it suggested that Ronaldo could be a victim of that process.
But Ronaldo has pledged his future to the Blancos - read the full quotes right here on Goal!
Neymar to Real 'possible' - Robinho
Neymar leaving Paris Saint-Germain for Real Madrid is “a possibility”, according to fellow Brazilian and former Blancos star Robinho.
Amid mounting speculation suggesting that a man who was involved in a €222 million deal last summer could be about to make another big-money switch, Goal recently revealed that PSG have vowed to open the exit door if Champions League glory is secured in 2018 .
Robinho is the latest to have his say on the potential transfer - read the full story right here on Goal!
Real Madrid plot £500m summer raid
Real Madrid are planning an astonishing £500 million summer raid on the Premier League, according to the Daily Mail .
In addition, the Blancos would also shell out £100m for Manchester United goalkeeper David de Gea.
Real to go after Pochettino
Real Madrid have made contact with Tottenham over a summer move for manager Mauricio Pochettino, according to the Daily Mail.
With Zinedine Zidane under pressure, the Blancos have begun making plans for potential replacements. Pochettino is reportedly tempted by the idea of managing the La Liga giants.
Arsenal agree terms with Benzema
Real Madrid striker Karim Benzema has agreed personal terms with Arsenal for a summer move, reports Diario Gol .
The France striker's transfer to London is still up in the air, however, with Madrid demanding €60 million for the 30-year-old and Arsenal only prepared to pay €40m.
Real have €300m to spend
Real Madrid have a total of €300 million to spend in the summer transfer window, reports Marca.
The Spanish giants are keen to reinforce their squad with a Galactico signing, with their last major buy coming in 2014, when James Rodriguez joined the club for €80m.
They have been linked with several stars this time around, including PSG's Neymar and Tottenham's Harry Kane.
'Neymar happy at PSG'
Paris Saint-Germain coach Unai Emery has moved to quash rumours that Neymar could be in line for a summer move to Real Madrid.
Reports have suggested the Brazil star has become unhappy in Paris, even perhaps regretting leaving Barcelona for the French capital club in a move that made him the most expensive player of all time.
Additionally, Goal revealed that Neymar has a gentlemen's agreement with the PSG board which will allow him to leave for Madrid should he help deliver Champions League glory to the Ligue 1 champions .
Emery, however, insists his star attacker is going nowhere.
Ronaldo leaving depends on Neymar
Cristiano Ronaldo will only be allowed to leave Real Madrid if the Spanish giants sign Neymar, according to AS .
The Spanish outlets claims that Ronaldo wants to join Manchester United, but that Los Blancos will only allow that move to happen if the club lands Neymar in the summer.
The report also claims that Ronaldo could be used as part of the deal to land the Brazilian star, keeping him from making the jump back to the Red Devils.
Luan rubbishes Liverpool link
Gremio star Luan has denied that Liverpool have made an offer for his services.
Rumours this week have suggested that the Reds have entered into talks with the Brazilian club, as they prepare to trigger his £15.75 million release clause.
However, the 24-year-old, who has also been heavily linked with Barcelona, has now rubbished such reports.
Barca in Brazil to negotiate with Arthur
Barcelona have sent a delegation to Brazil to negotiate the signing of Arthur from Gremio, according to Mundo Deportivo .
The midfielder has long been on Barca's wanted list, and the club have already agreed terms with the player.
Real Madrid are prepared to sacrifice Gareth Bale in order to land top forward target Harry Kane, reports Don Balon .
Bale has been in excellent form since recovering from injury shortly before the new year, and is Madrid's top scorer in La Liga this season.
But he could still leave the club in June, with a move back to Spurs a possibility if the Merengue seek out the London club's star.