A massive story has emerged from Spain today which could pave way for potentially the two biggest transfers this summer.
Spanish news outlet Sport have reported that Cristiano Ronaldo and Sergio Ramos have handed in their transfer requests at Real Madrid, delivering the news in person to Real president Florentino Perez.
Both players have been strongly linked with a move to Manchester United in recent seasons.
The original story, that Ronaldo and Ramos had gone to meet Perez and tell him they wanted to leave, was first brought to light on Spanish TV programme El Chiringuito last night.
The incident reportedly happened after Real's1-0 defeat by neighbours Atletico Madrid last weekend. Real are now 12 points behind leaders Barcelona in third place in La Liga.
Fletcher Moss Rangers, the community club who brought through Manchester United starlet Marcus Rashford, have denied asking the Premier League giants for £2m. (Talksport)