Real Madrid star Gareth Bale will be part of the club massive summer overhaul, which will see £430million worth of their stars names leave.
According to Spanish outlet AS, the Welshman has been told to look for a new club next season after learning he is not part of Zinedine Zidane’s squad plans.
The club’s director Jose Angel Sanchez reportedly met with Bale’s agents, Jonathan Barnett and Luis Alonso, on Monday to discuss the winger’s future.
They were told of Real’s plans to sell Bale, 29, but Sanchez thanked Bale’s agent for remaining committed to the club despite recent boos and jeers aimed at the player from the club supporters.
It is seen, in any case, that one hindrance with respect to Bale’s exit is his wages expectations – pricing out numerous clubs due to FFP (Financial Fair Play) rules.
Bayern Munich is set for their very own summer overhaul in an effort to bolster their squad to a world-class squad it once was, while Manchester United are additionally keen on Bale’s services.
This summer is set to be the greatest in ongoing memory for Los Blancos, with a large number of players heading for the exit also, without any doubt, a couple of key signings.
Chelsea’s Eden Hazard remains Zidane’s main transfer target and he wants to build the team around the Belgian over the coming years.
Should the 28-year-old leave Stamford Bridge its very likely he will cause a domino impact inside Europe’s top clubs