Radamel Falcao
Radamel FalcaoReuters

Real Madrid have ruled out the possibility of bringing Monaco's Radamel Falcao or Liverpool's Luis Suarez to the Santiago Bernabeu to avoid upsetting star man Cristiano Ronaldo, according to reports in Spain.

Earlier this week reports claimed that Real had beaten off competition from a few Premier League suitors for Falcao's signature with the Colombian international already agreeing personal terms to move to the Santiago Bernabeu.

It was also reported that Falcao told his agent Jorge Mendes that he just wanted to play for Los Blancos and did not want to listen to offers from any other club.

Last September, Real president Florentino Perez claimed Falcao is "a great player and I am aware he wants to play for Madrid".

The Colombian responded by saying: "I can only thank Florentino Perez for what he's said, but I must respect my current club Monaco, where I am feeling very well. This is not the time to talk about Real Madrid's potential interest in me out of respect for my current club."

However, the latest reports claim the situation has now changed and it is now Falcao's dream to join Los Blancos as soon as possible.

But according to Cadena SER's El Larguero programme, as quoted by Sport, Real have decided not to sign the Colombian striker to avoid upsetting Ronaldo. It's reported Florentino wants the Portuguese player to stay happy at the Bernabeu.

The so-called BBC -- Ronaldo, Karim Benzema and Gareth Bale -- have formed the most dangerous attacking line-up on the continent, scoring 97 goals in 60 games in the last campaign.

The Champions League winners have also been strongly linked with Suarez but, according to reports in Spain, Barcelona are now leading the race for the Liverpool star.

Meanwhile, SER claims the offer that Real have made for Benzema to renew his contract is "unacceptable" to the player's agent Karim Djaziri but Los Blancos are in no hurry with the Frenchman having a year on his contract to reach an deal with both parties. They're also unwilling to sell him this summer.