According to a recent report, Manchester United long term targets Gareth Bale and Cristiano Ronaldo have both signed new deals with current club Real Madrid to calm down any speculations linking them with a possible return to England, in next summer’s transfer window. The forward pair were being targeted by the Red Devils, who were quite keen on reinforcing their current squad.

It was being said that Jose Mourinho wanted either of the two stars at Old Trafford and a move seemed to be on the cards, though they have both signed long term deals now with the reigning champions of Europe.

Though neither deal has been officially confirmed by the La Liga giants, Spanish radio station Copa has gone ahead and done so stating the two world-class attackers have finally decided to put pen to paper.

The Daily Express has stated that the Wales international has signed a new contract which will see him make a total of around £91m, while the Portuguese Euro 2016 winner on the other hand has extended terms to keep him at the Bernabeu till 2021.

Apart from the attacking duo, Toni Kroos and Luka Modric have still not agreed terms for a new contract and it is also added that Keylor Navas will demand double his wages to remain at the club.

Further, there is still no hurry to secure the future of midfielder Isco at the Madrid based club, after he has seen his form drop in recent times under manager Zinedine Zidane.