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La Liga News: 13 October 2016; Real Madrid Trio Set for Extensions, Manchester United Eying Fran Villalba

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Gareth Bale, Cristiano Ronaldo and Luka Modric set for new Real Madrid deals - report - Liga 2015-2016 - Football - Eurosport
Radio station Cadena Ser said Bale, who joined Real for a then world-record fee of €100 million in 2013, will sign a new contract until 2022 in the next two weeks. Central defender Pepe, whose existing deal was set to end next year, will extend his contract until 2018. Ronaldo, Real's all-time top scorer, is poised to sign a four-year contract until 2020, while key midfield playmaker Luka Modric is also about to be offered a new deal.

Cristiano Ronaldo's '12-year-old mentality' ridiculed by former Man Utd team-mate -
Cristiano Ronaldo has the mental age of a 12-year-old, according to former Manchester United team-mate Mads Timm, though he believes the Real Madrid star benefits from his selfishness. Timm spent six years at Old Trafford from 2000, but made just one first-team appearance, coming on against Maccabi Haifa in the Champions League and had loan spells at Viking, Lyn and Walsall before his departure.

Legia Warsaw to face Real Madrid behind closed doors -
Legia Warsaw will host Real Madrid behind closed doors after UEFA dismissed the Polish club's appeal against disciplinary sanctions. Legia fans had been found guilty of crowd disturbances, setting off fireworks, throwing objects and racist behaviour during their Champions League defeat to Borussia Dortmund last month.

Diego Alves wants to sign new Valencia contract - ESPN FC
Valencia goalkeeper Diego Alves says he is eager to sign a new contract with the club if he is offered one. The Brazilian is determined to extend his stay with Los Che beyond his current deal which expires in June 2019.

Manchester United in contact over Valencia midfielder Fran Villalba - agent - ESPN FC
Manchester United have made contact over a potential deal for Valencia midfielder Fran Villalba, according to the youngster's agent. Villalba, 18, made his La Liga debut in December last year during Gary Neville's time in charge and has made four appearances for the senior side, although he is currently playing for the club's B team in the Segunda Division B.

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