Zidane does not ratify Bale

"A few days ago he declared that he wants Varane to continue, can he say the same about Bale?" They asked the technician. "We'll see, I'm not going to say what's going to happen," he replied.


If there is a player whose future is in the air that is Gareth Bale. This Saturday, against Eibar, the Welshman was called again by a Bernabéu who has already lost patience with him. Against those of Mendilibar was the Madrid player who failed the most passes (17), the one who lost the most balls (21), the one who was most often dribbled ... Afterwards, at a press conference, Zidane did not ratify either. "A few days ago he declared that Varane wants him to continue, can he say the same about Bale?" They asked the technician. "We'll see. I'm not going to say what will happen ", he replied, adding:" He's from Madrid and he has two years left on his contract. It is not the time to talk about that. And we do not rejoice at the whistles, but the public wants their team to do better. We have to get out of there alone, because we do not risk anything. In any case, we have to try to be second. "

Bale's numbers in this 2019 are a reflection of his bad season and show him the starting gate of Real Madrid. In the 23 games that have been played this year, Bale He has played 16 games in 11 LaLiga games, three in the Copa and two in the Champions League. In addition, seven have been lost due to injury: his umpteenth problem in the soleus and ankle sprain. She has only scored four goals (Espanyol, Atlético, Levante and Celta) and has not given any assistance. Very poor data and that put him on the exit ramp of the summer.

Manchester United is the team that has shown the most interest in Bale in recent years. And this summer I could try again his signing. An operation that may be the key to Pogba's arrival to Real Madrid. The departure of the Welshman would release the highest chip of this template (14 million euros a year), which would be destined for the next team figure. The arrival of Hazard is on track and Zidane dreams of Pogba ...



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