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The paper 'The Mirror' says no Premier League club have the intention of getting hold of Bale not because they are not interested, but because of his high salary. The most probable solution is for him to stay at Real Madrid.
Gareth Bale had not played so little in a season since he was 18 and Tottenham's new young star. Since then, he has played 12 occasions, he never played less than 27 matches per season until this season when he made just 20 appearances.
Toni Kroos was asked about his teammate and the German highlighted that "Bale's situation is unsatisfactory for everybody". He also hopes everything is sorted out.
John Benjamin Toshack, former Welsh footballer and coach, gave an interview to BBC Radio Wales in which he analysed Gareth Bale's situation at Real Madrid. In his opinion, Zinedine Zidane should ideally sit down with him to discuss what will happen in his immediate future.
A busy summer is expected at the Santiago Bernabeu. 'Marca' explains in detail this Friday which players will leave Real Madrid. They will try and make 180 million euros by selling the likes of James Rodriguez, Gareth Bale, Jovic and Mariano.
Gareth Bale's agent, Jonathan Barnett, spoke about the future of the Real Madrid player. Despite the lack of minutes, he wants to remain at Los Blancos.
According to Spanish radio station 'Onda Cero', Gareth Bale expressly asked Zinedine Zidane not to be called up for the last league match. 'AS', on the other hand, points out that the player's entourage made no comments on the matter, while Madrid denied it.
Gareth Bale returned to the pitch with Madrid in the match against Eibar and was disappointing. He came off the bench, made only two passes on the opposing side and was not dangerous. His performance was not very noticeable, like the rest of the team in the second half.
The newspaper 'AS' informs that Zinedine Zidane is thinking about starting Bale against Eibar. It would be a most remarkable gesture as before the break caused by the coronavirus crisis, the manager didn't have him amongst his favourites.
Gaizka Mendieta analysed the return of La Liga for the 'Daily Mail' and talked about Gareth Bale.