Tag: Gareth Bale


According to several reports from multiple sources, Real Madrid loanee Gareth Bale will be returning to the Santiago Bernabeu in the summer as it is no longer becoming feasible that he will sign a permanent contract at the Tottenham Hotspur stadium when his loan deal expires next month.


Bale signed for Spurs, his former side, on a season-long loan after he lost his place in the Real Madrid team entirely. His fall-out with the Real Madrid manager Zinedine Zidane meant that he would be frozen out of the Galacticos first team and he had to find another team where he would be playing his football.
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The future of Tottenham Hotspur star Gareth Bale continues to remain in huge doubt as the winger is reportedly still trying to assess his future in a bid to make the best decision that would suit him. Bale is currently enjoying his temporary career at Spurs after sealing a deadline-day loan move to the club from Spanish La Liga giants Real Madrid in the summer. The Wales international star became an outcast at the Los Blancos and was no longer trusted to lead the club’s attack by manager Zinedine Zidane.


After a couple of controversial moments, some of which saw him and his agent lash out at Madrid for not honoring his contract and not giving him the respect he deserves, he became permanently sidelined out of the first team.
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Tottenham Hotspur fans would be delighted that favourite Gareth Bale is back on form after his recent showing in the Premier League. Gareth Bale is a favourite of the Tottenham Hotspur fans in his first spell at the club before Real Madrid made a big transfer coup to sign him. Real Madrid signed Gareth Bale from the North London giants in the summer of 2013 for a world-record fee. Real Madrid paid around £85.3m to sign Gareth Bale and break their record of £80m paid for a certain Cristiano Ronaldo from Manchester United four years earlier. Gareth Bale has not been able to recapture his old form since returning to Spurs from Real Madrid at the start of this season. Gareth Bale is back at Tottenham Hotspur for his second spell after Real Madrid sanctioned his loan return to the North London club. Upon his return to Spurs, club fans were excited by the attacking front trio of Harry Kane, Gareth Bale and Son Heung-Min but manager Jose Mourinho had rarely played the three players together until the weekend when the three players featured from the start at home to Burnley in the league.

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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


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.
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This summer promises to be the biggest transfer window in history as many of the top clubs are looking to strengthen their teams ahead of next season. The Los Blancos have endured one of their worst seasons in recent years as they are out of the Champions League and Copa Del Rey.

The club failed to replace Cristiano Ronaldo in the summer and are suffering the consequences this season. it is understood that club president Florentino Perez has agreed to loosen the purse strings in what could be a massive transfer window.
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Bale Very Close To Real Madrid Return From Recent Injury

Gareth Bale is very close to a comeback after he recovered from an injury of a calf strain, as per Santiago Solari who is at present the coach of Real Madrid. Gareth has not played any match since he ruptured his calf in a match against Villarreal on 3rd January but the player has now resumed very light training by the end of this week.

“Marcos Llorente, Toni Kroos, Gareth Bale, Marco Asensio, and Mariana Diaz are very close to making a comeback, and also Keylor Navas, Santiago said at a conference (press) on last Wednesday. “All of them are very important players for our squad so we are delighted.”
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Gareth Bale wont Leave Real Madrid

Manchester United target Gareth Bale has confirmed that he does not intend to leave Real Madrid – despite the intense speculation – in this January transfer window or in the summer.

The world record signing has been subjected to intense transfer rumours over the last few months. After having cost £ 85 million, many expected Bale to have an even greater impact than Ronaldo. This has not been the case as the Portuguese superstar has been able to go from strength to strength. After an impressive first season at Madrid where he contributed immensely for the Champions League and the Copa del Rey success, Bale has been finding it difficult to live up to the expectations. Continue reading