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Manchester United are thought to be seriously considering a move to re-sign Cristiano Ronaldo from Real Madrid. The club are thought to be ready to part with a fee of over £50 million and are prepared to put together a deal which would make Ronaldo the highest paid player in United’s history.

Tito Vilanova is unlikely to return to active duty with Barcelona until April. The Barcelona boss has been out of action after a reoccurrence in his battle against cancer. He had been tipped for a return by the end of the month but the delicate nature of his health means there is no point in taking risks.

Real Madrid goalkeeper Iker Casillas is targeting a return to the first team by the end of the month. The Spaniard has been out of action with a broken hand, which he picked up in the Copa del Rey match against Valencia. He was expected to return in March.

Barcelona midfielder Xavi has revealed that he thinks the current team will be remembered for decades in the future. The current crop of players at the club, led by Xavi, has already been hailed as one of the greatest ever football teams compared with legendary sides of the past.

Liverpool and Tottenham Hotspur have joined Arsenal in the pursuit of Atletico Madrid forward Adrian Lopez. The national papers are suggesting that it could be a three way battle between the sides if he decides to opt for a move to the Premier League at the end of the season.

Manchester City striker Sergio Aguero insists he is happy and settled at the Premier League champions. The Argentinean forward is being linked with possible summer moves to Spanish giants Barcelona and Real Madrid but has shown no indication of wanting to leave the Etihad.

Manchester City boss Roberto Mancini says he is baffled by speculation linking Malaga’s Manuel Pellegrini with his job. The Malaga manager has been tipped to follow Mancini at City with several reports claiming that the Premier League side have already been in touch with his representatives.

Michael Laudrup has stayed tight lipped over his future as several media sources tip him for a move to Real Madrid. Laudrup made his name in Spanish football and his style as a coach would make him an obvious choice for the Spanish champions, should they decide to move Jose Mourinho on this summer.

Sergio Ramos has revealed that he has never been questioned in terms of ability by Jose Mourinho. Several sources suggested earlier in the season that the pair were had many issues which centred around Mourinho’s questioning of Ramos’ overall role as a Real Madrid player.

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