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La Liga News: 25 August 2016; Gareth Bale Extends Real Madrid Contract, Sevilla to Sign Salvatore Sirigu on Loan

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Gareth Bale signs new five-year contract at Real Madrid - Eurosport
The 27-year-old signed a six-year deal upon making a then world-record £86 million switch from Tottenham back in 2013. Bale’s new deal will run through to 2021 and increase his wages from €9 million to €10 million a year.

Cristiano Ronaldo steps up training for Real Madrid return against Celta Vigo - ESPN FC
Cristiano Ronaldo has vowed to return to the Real Madrid starting lineup soon and has stepped up training at the club's Valdebebas training base. The Portuguese has had a busy year, helping Madrid lift the Champions League trophy before captaining his country to the Euro 2016 title in France last month.

Real Madrid: Surgeon hails 'unique' Cristiano Ronaldo - Goal.com
Portuguese knee surgeon Jose Carlos Noronha has hailed Cristiano Ronaldo's "unique" physical qualities and revealed the Ballon d'Or winner's interest in the science behind his achievements. Ronaldo, 31, has been a regular patient of Noronha, who has treated a host of top internationals, including Angel Di Maria and Pepe.

Atletico Madrid's Javier Manquillo completes Sunderland loan - ESPN FC
Sunderland have announced the signing of Javier Manquillo on loan from Atletico Madrid. Manquillo, 22, underwent a medical at Sunderland on Wednesday and has now completed his switch to Wearside.

Sunderland make offer for Sevilla captain Vicente Iborra - Goal.com
Sunderland have made an offer for Sevilla captain Vicente Iborra, Goal can confirm. Various reports in England on Wednesday claimed the Black Cats have submitted a proposal worth £7 million to sign the 28-year-old midfielder.

Sirigu to Sevilla ‘imminent’ | Football Espana
Reports in France say Paris Saint-Germain and Sevilla have agreed terms on the loan of Salvatore Sirigu and the move is ‘imminent.’ L’Equipe claim an agreement was reached on Wednesday morning for a season-long transfer but there won’t be a clause allowing Los Rojiblancos to make the deal permanent next summer.

RUMOURS: Arsenal look to hijack Everton move for Lucas Perez - Goal.com
Arsenal are keen to sign Deportivo's Lucas Perez and are likely to beat Everton to the striker, according to El Confidencial. The Merseysiders have been long linked to the forward, and were willing to meet his €20 million buyout clause.