Saturday, January 16, 2021

Gareth Bale Latest

The media are full of the next destination for Welsh wonder Gareth Bale. As per a Lazy Fan source we’ve found out the latest on Gareth Bale’s situation with Real Madrid.

This information has been attained via a LazyFan Sports Source.

If Real Madrid has secured the transfer of his replacement (of whom I am unaware of) he will more than likely move on. However, if Real Madrid isn’t able to sign the player they like then the Welshman is more than happy to stay put further 12 months.

That said, Real Madrid is also very aware of the likelihood that his value will begin to drop if he doesn’t move now. Madrid will listen to offers ‘at the right price’ – At this point, it’s likely he’ll be offered to Manchester United.

Offered to Manchester United

Manchester United have already spoken with Real Madrid regarding the Champions League hero on multiple occasions, it’s nothing new to their discussions and as we understand it United would be interested and are interested although there are big injury concerns which Ed Woodward’s external team will hope to use in their advantage to lower the price.

Bale Return

Spurs have been made aware via a 3rd party that Real Madrid would be open to selling Gareth Bale back to Tottenham based on whether or not Toby Alderweireld is included in the deal.

Many would laugh at the expense of the deal but Levy is aware of the hardship awaiting Spurs in the forthcoming seasons and it would be a deal to keep the fans onside. – I’m not sure whether Bale would be interested in the move at all. 

Bale to Bayern

There is one other club interested in the Real Madrid and Welsh superstar; Bayern Munich have held interest over a long period of time and it’s growing increasingly likely that they will make a bid at some point this summer. However, Bayern value Bale at a far smaller price than Real Madrid and it’s very unlikely the deal will happen.

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