Real Madrid ready to sell Bale for €150m’ this summer
Real Madrid Board has decided to get rid of Gareth Bale and will ask between €120m and €150m on the sale according to the reports in Spain.
The Welshman who joined the Spanish club as their most expensive player for €101m in summer of 2013, is considered to become the heir of Cristiano Ronaldo at Real Madrid but now he is living in the shadow of his former self. Frequent injuries and inconsistent form have critically hampered the Wales international yet he is showing some signs of his quality for some year notably in the champions league final but Bale has been struggling to deliver consistently and failed to reach the expectations with amounts of injuries. He has even been relegated to the bench following the explosion of Brazilian teenager Vinicius Junior preferred ahead of him and he also doesn’t have a great relationship with Real Madrid fans. After many years in Spain, Bale still can’t speak Spanish, a problem which has also affected his performances.
After the sudden departure of Star striker, Cristiano Ronaldo from Santiago Bernabeu to Juventus everyone thought bale would fill the void but He has just six goals in 19 La Liga appearances so far this term. Regarding the price tags, it would be nearly impossible to find the buyer in the current situation as he is prone to injuries and inconsistent in the field, he has suffered 22 injuries in first five seasons.