Tottenham winger Gareth Bale is a man that has a couple of options to choose from when the summer transfer window opens this summer. The attacker who is on loan from parent club Real Madrid will see his loan spell at the Tottenham Hotspur stadium come to an end this summer and he already has a list of up to three different options he can decide to pick from in sorting out his future.


His future is currently up in the air as it is believed that he is no longer wanted by Madrid manager Zinedine Zidane, and with his loan deal at Spurs ending next month, it is going to be very interesting to see which club he will be playing for next season.

Gareth will Remain a Star Player

The rejection of Real Madrid will be all in vain once Gareth Bale wears the Wales Shirt. Jonny Williams, the midfielder is of the opinion that Gareth will not be proven to be Hot Red for Wales. Irrespective of the woes of Real Madrid, Gareth Bale is loved by the fan base as he has proved to be the goal-scorer, making records for his country with 31 goals in 75 appearances. He has been appreciated as the knight in shining armor as he has been excelling at the previous Euro when there was a surprise run for the first major tournament semi-final since 1958.

Gareth who spent his early years and major life in Cardiff is 29 years old but nothing held him back when it came to lifting a trophy four times in the six years while he played with all blood and sweat for Madrid in the Champions League, even after such efforts it looks like Zinedine Zidane isn’t happy with Bale. He seems to be putting him through difficult phase he as a boss is trying to move.
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Zinedine Zidane: Gareth Bale And Karim Benzema Will Stay At Real Madrid

Real Madrid manager Zinedine Zidane has stressed that Gareth Bale and Karim Benzema will remain with the club next season despite the continuous speculation over their futures. Bale has been alleged to have had a rift with Zidane owing to his reduced playing time whilst Benzema has come for criticism from the club’s supporters after his poor form in front of goal.

Speaking in a weekly press conference, Zidane was quizzed about the positions of the first-team duo to which he dismissed their prospects of leaving the club, he said: “We need them and I’ll do everything possible so that they’re not affected by what’s been said outside. They’ll stay with us. I know all our players want to play, but it isn’t possible. The message is for everyone, not just Bale and Benzema, that we’re sticking together because there’s a month left of the season and we have it all to do.” Continue reading Zinedine Zidane: Gareth Bale And Karim Benzema Will Stay At Real Madrid

Zinedine Zidane Dismisses Claims That Gareth Bale Is ‘Unhappy’

Real Madrid manager Zinedine Zidane has insisted that Gareth Bale is content with the proceedings in the Spanish Capital despite being in-and-out of the starting line-up. The Wales international has endured another injury-hit campaign with the European champions, and he has managed just 28 appearances across all competitions, scoring 11 goals.

Recent reports from the Spanish media have suggested that the attacker could be leaning towards a return to the Premier League after being left out of the starting 11 against the likes of Paris Saint-Germain, but Zidane has stressed that there is no concern of any sort with the former Tottenham man, he said: “Bale? No, no, (he is not unhappy). He is a player who is different in this sense. Everyone can have their own opinion, but I don’t think he is sad. I think he is happy to be here, happy to be part of this club. He has proved that he is a very important player in this squad.” Continue reading Zinedine Zidane Dismisses Claims That Gareth Bale Is ‘Unhappy’

Zinedine Zidane wants Gareth Bale playing regularly after injury

Real Madrid manager Zinedine Zidane wants to see Gareth Bale contributing regularly on the playing field after recovering from a recurring calf problem. The Wales international has been sidelined twice this season due to the injury, and this has restricted him to just four starts in the Spanish top-flight.

Bale made his much-awaited return during the Copa del Rey round of 16 first-leg versus Numancia, and he found the scoresheet via a spot-kick in a 3-0 win. Following the game, Zidane was pleased to have the Welshman back in the ranks, and he is hoping to see the attacker play a regular role during the second half of the campaign.
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