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Sergio Ramos    D    Real Madrid
Ramos has signed a new contract at Real Madrid to keep him at the club until 2020, ESPN reports.

Fantasy Analysis

Ramos has finally put rumors he'd be moving to Manchester United to bed by penning a new 5-year deal with Real. Reports suggest that Ramos' deal will be announced just before the start of the new campaign in August and he will earn nearly €9 million per season.
Filipe Luis    D    Atlético Madrid
Luis signed a four-year contract with Atletico Madrid on Tuesday after transferring from Chelsea.

Fantasy Analysis

Luis joined Chelsea last summer for Atletico but was never able to supplant Cesar Azpilicueta as the starting left back. He'll get a better opportunity to play back in Spain, and he could be a decent fantasy option given Atletico's solid defensive play.
Sergio Ramos    D    Real Madrid
Ramos is close to signing a new contract with Real Madrid, Daily Mail reports.

Fantasy Analysis

Despite all the speculation that the Spanish international may depart for Manchester United this summer, it appears that Ramos is now on the verge of penning a new contract with Real Madrid. Club president Florentino Perez is reportedly currently holding talks with Ramos in China where the club are on a pre-season tour.
Cristiano Ronaldo    F    Real Madrid
Ronaldo has been the subject of a large bid from PSG, The Mirror reports.

Fantasy Analysis

Romors have abounded recently that meetings were held in early July to discuss a potential transfer to PSG. The French club's president has denied the speculation however by stating that "it is quite untrue". Ronaldo has also been linked to former club Manchester United in this transfer window but looks to be staying put at Real Madrid.
Karim Benzema    F    Real Madrid
Benzema will not be leaving Real, his agent tells Sky Sports.

Fantasy Analysis

There has been a lot of speculation that the striker may be leaving Madrid this summer, but Benzema's agent Karim Djaziri has stated that he categorically will not be leaving. "Karim is very happy at Real Madrid and he will be a Real Madrid player by the end of this transfer window, 1,000 per cent."
Cristiano Ronaldo    F    Real Madrid
Ronaldo could be in line for a move back to former club Manchester United, Manchester Evening News reports.

Fantasy Analysis

Manchester United, who have chased the signing of Real's Sergio Ramos for much of the pre-season, may also be interested in signing their ex-striker Ronaldo. The Portuguese star is rumored to be unhappy with Rafael Benitez's new managerial regime, questioning his training methods and treatment of departing goalkeeper Ilker Casillas. If Ronaldo is set to leave for anywhere, it is thought to be Manchester United.
Sergio Ramos    D    Real Madrid
Real Madrid manager Rafael Benitez said that he is certain Ramos will not leave Spain for Manchester United this summer, reports Sky Sports.

Fantasy Analysis

Ramos has been the subject of a long transfer saga between the two clubs, but it would appear as though the potential move is not going to happen. Manchester United has been using David de Gea's desire to move to the Spanish club as bait to secure Ramos, but at this point it doesn't seem likely that a deal will happen soon, if at all.
Karim Benzema    F    Real Madrid
Benzema has been the subject of a failed £31.3 million bid from Arsenal, Express reports.

Fantasy Analysis

Rumors have persisted over the transfer window that Arsenal coach Arsene Wenger is keen on bringing the French striker to England. However reports suggest that Real have turned down the bid despite initially looking like they were happy with the offer.
Kiko Casilla    G    Real Madrid
Casilla is expected to rejoin Real Madrid after the club reached agreement on a €6 million transfer fee with Espanyol, ESPN FC reports.

Fantasy Analysis

Casilla left Real Madrid for Espanyol eight years ago, but now returns to his boyhood club to help their clouded goalkeeper situation. After posting 13 clean sheets in 37 league matches last season, the 28-year-old Casilla is a reliable option for Los Blancos.
Filipe Luis    D    Atlético Madrid
Luis is negotiating a return to Atletico Madrid this summer, BBC Sport reports.

Fantasy Analysis

Luis only joined Chelsea from Atleti last season, but is already intent on returning to the Spanish club. With Cesar Azpilicueta established as Chelsea's first-choice left back, Luis could receive more regular playing time at Atleti, even if he's expected to miss the start of the upcoming campaign following his involvement in the Copa America this summer.