If Bale leaves not only would it be crazy money, but there's not a chance Levy would sell to another Premier League club. It looks like him and AVB have a great relationship though so I'd be surprised to see him leave anytime soon.
Former Brazil striker Ronaldo said Real Madrid's 2-1 Champions League win over Manchester United on Tuesday served to shut Sir Alex Ferguson's mouth, after the United boss called him 'fat' in the build-up to the game.
"Real Madrid shut his mouth for me," Ronaldo said, in comments reported in AS. "It was a lack of respect. A professional of his age, an English Sir, should not be so disrespectful. It was not classy."
Ronaldo said he did not want to get into any further debate on the subject, but he would be keeping an eye out for United's results from now on.
"I have no words for this gentleman, except that I hope the team he manages always loses," he added.
Wouldn't shock me if Rooney went but the way all these rumours have started after being benched for one match is kinda ridiculous. If he leaves then the Madrid match is in no way the turning point. Been hoping we'd sell him and bring Lewandowski in as soon as I heard about his contract running down. We'd probably make a tidy profit off that deal to invest in the midfield too. No Rooney gives Kagawa more of a chance in the team through the middle rather than being shoe horned in. No way any Utd fan should be turning the prospect of Lewandowski down. He should be a great fit for the Premier League too and I'd be surprised if he comes in from Germany and flops. Van Persie won't be in the long term plans and just Welbeck/Hernandez to choose from up top isn't enough depth for the level Utd are at. Add Lewandowski to that along with the 4th guy who's always there either from the academy or brought in on the cheap and that looks really bossy and sustainable for a good decade realistically if we keep them all happy.