Gareth Bale's possible move to Real Madrid is causing issues within the current squad already with Carlo Ancelotti and a host of top players claiming the Tottenham winger isn't worth the transfer or wages currently on offer.
Madrid have made a record-breaking offer to bring Bale to the Bernabeu and Florentino Perez is said to be willing to part with an amount close to €100m in the hopes of landing last season's PFA and football writers' player of the year.
But the Telegraph is reporting that the likes of Cristiano Ronaldo, Mesut Ozil, Angel Di Maria and Karim Benzema are all unhappy with the way Bale is being treated like the club's biggest star already, with Madrid reportedly set to offer wages worth between €9m and €10m per year after tax.
Carlo Ancelotti is also believed to have his reservations over bringing Bale into the fold and has told Perez he believes that the star is an unnecessary signing at such a high price, regardless of his talent.
Spanish paper AS claims that Ozil is currently on a more modest annual wage of €5m, and has been discussing an improved contract with Madrid this summer. The potential announcement that Bale, who is yet to play a game for the Spanish giants, would be on more than him is said to have made the Germany international particularly unhappy.
Meanwhile, when Ronaldo was questioned over Bale's abilities, the former Manchester United star left a cryptic response, stating: "I have my own opinion about the signing of Bale, but I'm not going to reveal it."
As Bale returns from international duty, Daniel Levy is set to sit down with the Wales international to discuss his future for possibly the last time. The chairman is reportedly hoping to convince Bale that he should stay with Tottenham for at least one more season and will use the carrot of bringing big players to the club to keep the 24 year old on board.