Published: Mon, August 07, 2017
Sport | By Scott Davis

Bale Tells Modric He Wants To Leave Real Madrid

Bale Tells Modric He Wants To Leave Real Madrid

Gareth Bale has been assured that he is the future of Real Madrid and they will not try to buy Monaco's Kylian Mbappé until next summer in a move that will disappoint Manchester United.

Real Madrid bought the 23-year-old Colombian after he shot to stardom by scoring six goals en route to the Golden Boot award at the 2014 World Cup. Check out the latest deals and potential deals here.

Ronald Koeman had wanted Gunners forward Olivier Giroud, but with the France international seemingly uninterested in moving to Merseyside, Welbeck could become the focus.

Should the deal come to fruition, many are wondering how Zinedine Zidane will line up his team.

Bale is more dispensable than fellow 'BBC' members Cristiano Ronaldo and Karim Benzema, and Real believe they will be able to shift the Welshman for around £90m, which is just above the £89m that United parted with last summer to sign Paul Pogba.

Having scored 67 times in 150 appearances while winning three Champions Leagues, Bale's time in Spain has been a huge success, but a starring role back in the Premier League continues to be dangled in front of him.

United have been eyeing Bale since his time as a left-back at Southampton.

Barcelona will test Liverpool's resolve to keep Philippe Coutinho by offering them a British record fee of £120m, according to the Star.

United and Chelsea are rumoured to be interested in a move for Bale, who has not been at his imperious best in the past two years.

That's why James was allowed to leave.

The Monaco sensation is being strongly tipped to join Madrid this month and the Spanish newspaper says the European champions have decided Bale will be the man sacrificed due to his recent injury problems.

After Leonardo Bonucci's exit, Juventus are looking at Valencia's Ezequiel Garay to reinforce their defence.

The 28-year-old has been consistently tipped to return to the Premier League, and has long been linked with a move to Manchester United.

'We need more players, not top level like Neymar but more players to improve our squad and our quality'.

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