Agent opens door to £80m Bale move as Chelsea see Neymar open door to possible PSG exit
The agent of Chelsea target Gareth Bale has labelled Real Madrid fans a ‘disgrace’ for the treatment towards the Welshman.
Bale has had another indifferent season at Madrid and has been plagued by injuries and poor performances, in a year which was meant to be the moment he stepped out the shadow of Cristiano Ronaldo after he left for Italian Champions Juventus during last summers window.[the_ad id=”164″]
There has been a lot of speculation about his future in the media over the past few months, with all indications suggesting that President Florentino Perez is ready to cash in on the Welshman and send him back to the Premier League, and amid all the speculation about his exit, Bales agent Jonathan Barnett has told Sky Sports News Real Madrid fans’ treatment of the Welsh wing wizard is “nothing short of a disgrace”.
Barnett said: “This generation of Real fans will be talking about Gareth’s goals for years to come. Frankly, they should be ashamed of themselves.
“Gareth deserves the greatest of respect. The way Real fans have treated him is nothing short of a disgrace.”
Would Bale be a good signing?
If Bale was to arrive here at Stamford Bridge we would be very happy as the Welshman is just the type of game-changer that we would love to help full the void if Hazard leaves the club.
Meanwhile, PSG superstar Neymar has opened the door to a potential move back to La Liga with Real Madrid.
We have been heavily linked with a massive summer swoop for the Brazilian star ever since news broke that Real Madrid are keen to acquire the services of star man Eden Hazard for a fee of around £100 million, with all indications suggesting he wants that big swoop.
However, we may lose out in the chase to try and secure a deal for Neymar after he admitted that he is isn’t ruling out upsetting the Barcelona fans in future to join their arch rivals Milan,
“Real Madrid is one of the biggest clubs in the world and any player would want to play there,” he said on the Sky Sports website.
“I’m happy in Paris, I’m really good, but nobody knows the future. But I’m not saying I will play for Real Madrid.
“Barcelona was my childhood dream and I made that a reality.”
Here is what we think.
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