Real Madrid roundup from newspapers and web to start off your day on Wednesday (18 May, 2011)

Pepe dismisses the ‘anti-Messi’ tag and says it was team effort. (Goal.com)

Pepe spoke with AS and answered various questions about the Busquets incident, red card, UEFA Champions league final, contract extension etc. (AS)

UEFA says they wouldn’t have opened the case against Busquets if Real Madrid hadn’t complained (AS)

Kaka wants to stay in Madrid and play in Madrid. Rubbishes talk of a move to Chelsea or Milan. (FIFA)

Manchester City considering a world record bid to bring Ronaldo to Eastlands. Real Madrid have a $1 billion buyout clause in his contract. (Daily Mirror)

While Liverpool have made a formal bid to Lille for Eden Hazard, Real Madrid, Arsenal and Chelsea are still in the fray for the Belgian. (Daily Mirror)

Real Madrid Castilla v Alcoyano at the Bernabeu on Sunday, May 22 at 12PM will be free for members and cost 3 Euros for general public. (AS)

MARCA runs a story linking Atletico Madrid’s Kun Aguero to Real Madrid. It also says that this could mean the exit of Benzema or Kaka or both. The Argentinian could come at a price tag of 75million including 30 million in taxes. (Marca)

Real Madrid may not pursue their plan to bring back their own, Dani Parejo, from Getafe. (Tribal Football)

More news to come as it appears..

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