MADRID (Reuters) - Real Madrid are the last-minute deals in the summer history of Mercato's footballers, which will close at the end of Monday, with Ronaldo, Sergio Ramos and Gareth Bale at the last minute.

According to the Spanish newspaper "AS" that the historical deal - which was concluded by the Royal one hour before the closure of the summer Mercato in 2002 - will be immortal in the history of the game, where he included Brazilian phenomenon Ronaldo Nazario, the World Cup top scorer in the same year, from Inter Milan, and exploited the president of Real Florentino Perez reduced the price of the historic scorer and was quick to get his signature for 45 million euros.

At the end of August 2005, Perez succeeded in finishing the tough deal to sign Spanish defender Sergio Ramos from Seville, who had refused to give up until the final hours of Mercato.

Captain Ramos was the first deal for a Spanish player for Perez after assuming the presidency and approached 27 million euros.

Welsh star Gareth Bale, the last of the last hours of the royal, and the complex deal in 2013, after almost failed because of the intransigence of Tottenham president Danny Levy and raise the price of the player, forcing Real Madrid to finalize the deal at the last minute at a record price then 101 million euros .

The fans are waiting for the final hours of the current transfer market looking forward to a new surprise from Perez, and some did not rule out the possibility of signing Brazilian star Neymar after the failure of his return to Barcelona.

Real coach Zinedine Zidane said the transfer market was open to all possibilities and that his team could conclude one or two high-caliber deals at the last minute, which raised the hopes of the Royal fans to see Neymar in the team.