Gareth Bale's Sun Waiting to Rise

The Real Madrid forward player Gareth Bale is moving farther and farther away from his team. Going through a down in his performance, he did not score a single goal in the Bernabeu. He was not included in a post-victory, celebratory team photo in the dressing room.


After spending summer dancing on the ropes of transfer routes to either China and MLS Franchise, Gareth Bale has had his agent confirming he is not taking an exit from the Bernabeu this winter or even in the summer.


There are more speculations that Gareth Bale could return to the Premier League, allowing for Paul Pogba to go in the opposite direction if Manchester United and Real Madrid can reach an agreement.

Reports in Spain claim Madrid could add anywhere in the region of 50 to 100 million pounds to Bale to facilitate a move for Pogba. The Frenchman wants the deal, Bale is not going to push to remain at Madrid, it ends the chase for Christian Eriksen, and gives Zidane another player he really wants at the club.


Gareth Bale has had some of his best moments in a Real Madrid shirt in Europe. With the absence of Cristiano Ronaldo, will the mantle of Champions League exploits fall to the Welshman? As Zinedine Zidane and the player repair their fractured relationship, many would expect Bale to impress in Europe, starting from tonight against Paris St Germain.

Bale recently rescued the team last week against Villarreal, bringing the visitors back into contention each time they fell behind. Despite the red card, he saved the team in the absence of the injured Eden Hazard and Marco Asensio. As the team is rebuilding, and pressure to win still high, Zidane will have to rely on the former Spurs man to continue his continental top performances.

Milner has no love lost for Messi despite the Argentine’s comment

Liverpool midfielder James Milner has said that he has complete respect for Lionel Messi despite the Barcelona star calling him a donkey in Spanish during the semi-final stage of the Champions League. The Argentine was not pleased with the regular tracking from the side of Milner in the first leg and it appears that he made the same clear when the teams were going through the tunnel at the break.

Speaking to The Mail, Milner revealed that he has some knowledge of the Spanish language and he heard Messi calling him a donkey, though the word has a different meaning in football. Despite this, the former Manchester City man added that he has only admiration for the five-time Ballon d’Or winner and believes the Argentine has earned the right to say what he wants.


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