Manchester United are keen to include TWO 'anti-Real Madrid' clauses in the new contract of Cristiano Ronaldo.

AS says United intend to insert a new buy-out clause - which is rare for Premiership contracts - of £100 million. Also on the agenda is a clause which would protect the club from Ronaldo taking advantage of FIFA's Article 17 law.

In the event Ronaldo was to seek a move away with two years remaining on his deal, United want it written into his new contract that the player would have to cough up a sizeable sum as compensation.