MADRID – Gareth Bale "was not called because I think the club is trying to sell him as soon as possible in this transfer market and that's why he didn't play, we'll see what happens these days". If there were concerns about the future of the Welsh ace in Real Madrid, Zinedine Zidane has thought of dispelling the doubts.
The merengue technician, in a press conference after the defeat against Bayern in the match valid for the ICC and reported by the Spanish media, then added, regarding the departure of Bale in this transfer market: "I'm not going to talk about it, let's see, if it's tomorrow, better, I hope it's imminent for everyone, even for him, the club is talking about it. There is nothing personal, but there comes a time when things have to be done because they have to be done.
The player himself knows the situation, we will see how it will end ”, concluded Zidane who glissato on the future of James Rodriguez:" I will not say anything, he is not with us here, I care about those of us who are here ".
Where could Gareth Bale go? The Premier League is the most likely destination because in the rest of Europe there are no teams able to buy it at these figures.
For him there would be the possibility of a return to Tottenham after winning everything with the shirt of Real Madrid. The landing at Manchester United is more difficult than before to complete the sale of Romelu Lukaku.
Transfer market strikes do not shine, Real Madrid ko with Bayern Munich.
The big match of the International Champions Cup against Real Madrid goes to Bayern Munich. In the debut against Zinedine Zidane's team, in Houston on the Italian night, the Bavarian team defeated Real Madrid 3-1. A sign Tolisso (15 ′), Lewandowski (67 ′) and Gnabry (69 ′).
Only in the final the Brazilian Rodrygo (84 ′), the last jewel purchased in Brazil, has limited the damages for the merengue (source Ansa).
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