Gareth Bale is slowly earning the full trust of manager José Mourinho as the Portuguese boss is doing well to blend the winger into the starting XI mix. Bale has been battling with several injuries and Mourinho has in the past often decided to start the Welshman on the bench whenever he returns to fitness.
The boss’s decision to take his time before integrating the Welsh wizard into the team is working out perfectly for the whole team as the attacker is becoming more fit to start games on the pitch rather than from the bench where he has always started from. Continue reading
Tottenham Hotspur boss Jose Mourinho has revealed that Welsh international Gareth Bale will return to his squad for the next league game, a top-of-the-table clash with Liverpool at Anfield. He made this known while fielding questions from reporters shortly after the disappointing 1-1 draw with hosts Crystal Palace in the London Derby. In his post-match press conference after the matchday twelve clash with hosts Crystal Palace at Selhurst Park, Mourinho said that Gareth Bale missed the London Derby meeting due to illness and that the Welshman has not tested positive to Covid-19.
Gareth Bale has not made the expected impact on his return to Spurs this summer as he has spent a lot of time on the bench especially in the Premier League. He had to leave Real Madrid this summer in search of more first team football at Spurs whom he joined on loan for the current campaign. Continue reading
Tottenham Hotspur winger Gareth Bale is nearing full fitness, a piece of news that will come as a huge boost to not just Jose Mourinho, but to the club, as well as the fans. José will be excited at the prospect of finally having a fully fit Bale available for selection as they approach a tough run of fixtures in the coming weeks.
The Wales forward only rejoined the London club on loan having signed from Spanish club Real Madrid but hasn’t featured in many actions for his boyhood club since then. Since the West Ham game that ended in a 3-3 draw in which he came on as a substitute, Bale has managed just six appearances for Spurs.
Real Madrid star Gareth Bale is open to a return to the Premier League, we understand. The former Tottenham Star has fallen down the pecking order at the Bernabeu and since his issues with the coach Zinedine Zidane is yet unresolved, he could exit this summer.
The 31-year old was on his way to China last season before the club blocked the move at the last second. The player told the BBC he is in great shape and open to a move. He says he has always wanted to but it’s up to the club.
Gareth Bale is currently starting off a new role in selecting the first team for Zidane as La Liga comes back after more than three-month interruption enforced by the corona virus pandemic. The player from Welsh had no role in the earlier practice matches. But it was just a precautionary measure and the striker finally completed his full practice with his team members. Gareth Bale will be available for the selection ahead of the comeback match that they will play against Eibar. In the latest practice match, Gareth Bale struggled to manage the loose balls and was paired against Varane for attack v/s drills for upgrading his defense skills.
Nacho and Jovic, the striker from Serbia were absent for the practice session which was an important day for the players before La Liga returns. There has been no announcement for friendly matches as it will not be possible by looking at the nature of football returning. If friendly matches take place, then it will take much more time to conclude the season. So the recent practice game that was held under the vision of Zidane is very important as he is going to have a close watch on his boys in action and how they are preparing ahead of the big match.
Real Madrid regret pulling the plug on last summer transfer of Gareth Bale to Chinese side Jiangsu Suning, per reports in Spain. The La Liga side seemed willing to let the deal fly at first but changed their mind last minute, according to reports.
Bale was set to earn a record one million pounds per week from the deal and possibly retire there. Now that window has been closed by the Chinese FA financial regulations to such deals and to encourage homegrown talent.
The premier league is on winter break and once it resumes most teams like Arsenal will like to carry on from where they left off in a developmental sense but Mesut Ozil appears to still be in limbo about what his future at the Emirates will be from now till the end of the season.
Unlike professional footballers like Gareth Bale who know exactly what and how exactly where they stand with the club they play for and how their staying or going really is just a numbers game involving a lot of money.
The Los Blancos gaffer, Zinedine Zidane has had high accolades for his in-form winger, Gareth Bale in the event of their 3-1 win over Real Sociedad on matchday14, Saturday night.
This is coming after the Welsh International and former Tottenham Hotspur sensation had a lethargic form the previous seasons which has caused the Club to reconsider their stand as touching the future of the player in Madrid. But with the recent verve Bale brings to the Madrid squad, he’s sure to have more playing time with him having a very cordial relationship Zidane.
A former Spurs forward Dimitar Berbatov has spoken out in defence of Real Madrid’s Gareth Bale. The Bulgarian famed, for his excellent first touches and ball control, opines that Madridstas have not accorded Bale the legendary status he deserves at the club.
The former Spurs striker feels Bale has been treated poorly despite his efforts. He added that he would love for the Welshman to move to England with Manchester United. He feels Bale even when fit and productive is overlooked by Coach Zinedine Zidane.
Real Madrid have decided to retain their youth star Vinicius and Welsh star Gareth Bale, leaving out Neymar from their season plans, as per reports. Paris St Germain kept insisting on the Brazilian forward being added to the deal for Neymar.
Real Madrid are adamant on a cash only deal but PSG want the 19 year old, and they are not backing down. Madrid are not even considering a loan deal.