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.
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.”
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