Gareth Bale reportedly wants a move to Man Utd. However, Real Madrid want to ship him to Chelsea. It’s going to be another long summer..
Yesterday, it was reported that Real Madrid have set a 131m pounds price-tag for Welshman Gareth Bale.
The Welsh attacker hasn’t enjoyed a productive season with Real Madrid so far. His situation inside the club’s dressing room has further come under scanner from Marcelo and Courtois’ comments about his behaviour.
It is now being reported by OK Diario’s Eduardo Inda that Gareth Bale prefers a move to Manchester United in the summer.
“Real Madrid wants to transfer him to Chelsea this summer and his agent to Manchester United,” Inda said.
— Transfer Site (@TransferSite) February 20, 2019
Gareth Bale’s agent Jonathan Barnett told Sportsmail: ‘The criticism is laughable. A player who has won everything at the club deserves more respect. He’s won 4 CL in five years. He’s scored some of the biggest goals in the club’s history.’
Next thing what he says.. pic.twitter.com/7HU8Q3Uaq5
— (@stangarethbale) February 19, 2019
“The player says that since they are going to sell he will choose his destination.
“And in the club [Real Madrid] they say no because [Eden] Hazard is done and would serve as a bargaining chip.”
The speculations over Hazard’s transfer to Real Madrid gathered pace over the last few weeks after the Belgian confirmed that he made a decision over his future.
Earlier, Thibaut Courtois raised concern over Bale’s behaviour with his teammates and hinted that the Welshman prefers to remain secluded.
“It is very hard to describe Gareth in one word,” he said.
Courtois has only just arrived at Real Madrid and he’s already talking shit about Gareth Bale. This guy, man.
— #SarriIN (@CarefreeEdition) February 17, 2019
Courtois: “Ramos? Leader. Marcelo? Samba. Modric? Genius. Bale? Golfer. It is very hard to describe Gareth in one word. I would say he has so much talent, but that it is such a shame that so often that talent is blocked from shining.”
— M•A•J (@Ultra_Suristic) February 17, 2019
“I would say he has so much talent, but that it is such a shame that so often that talent is blocked from shining. I live like somebody who is born and bred in Madrid. I eat late, I go bed late… it is their way of life.
“The other night we had a dinner with the entire squad. But Bale and (Toni) Kroos did not turn up. They reckoned the dinner was too late at night.
“We had arranged to be in the restaurant at 9.30pm and we started out meal around 10.15pm and by midnight we were having coffee.
“We go to bed at around 1am. We have to train every morning at 11am. I think that is a perfect time. But Bale had told us ‘I am not coming to join you, guys. I go to bed at 11’.”