Real Madrid Set 130million Euros Price Tag On Bale


Real Madrid Set 130million Euros Price Tag On Bale
Gareth Bale

Real Madrid have set a price tag of €130 million (£112/$146) for Gareth Bale in hopes of the Wales star funding their transfer plans this summer, according to AS.

 

Madrid hope to use Bale as a makeweight in a deal to sign Paul Pogba from Manchester United, with the Liga giants offering the Welshman and some cash to make a deal happen.

 

But Madrid would also consider a similar deal with Tottenham, to whom Bale would not mind returning, in hopes of landing playmaker Christian Eriksen. 

 

Mesut Ozil departing Arsenal would have been preferable to Aaron Ramsey, says Martin Keown, with it “hard to take” that a player “at his peak” is leaving for Juventus.

 

The Gunners are already resigned to the fact that the Wales international midfielder will be heading to Italy in the summer.

 

Neymar “does not want to leave Paris Saint-Germain”, claims his father, with supporters in France told they can “sleep easy” as transfer talk is shut down.

 

Ever since completing a record-breaking €222 million (£192m/$250m) move to Parc des Princes, a Brazil international has seen his future called into question.

 

A return to Spain has been mooted for the former Barcelona forward on a regular basis, with a second stint at Camp Nou or a spell with Real Madrid considered to be appealing options.

 

Real Madrid midfielder Toni Kroos is considering a summer departure from the club, according to AS.

 

The 29-year-old feels that he has completed his journey at the Santiago Bernabeu, after a disappointing 2018-19 campaign.

 

Kroos has appeared in over 200 matches for Madrid since joining the club in 2014, winning three Champions League crowns and one La Liga title.

The Spaniard is nearing a three-year deal with the French champions

 

Manchester United midfielder Ander Herrera is set to join PSG this summer, reports ESPN FC. 

 

United made a late effort to extend the 29-year-old's contract, but Herrera turned down the offer and instead will move to Paris on a free transfer. 

 

Herrera will sign a three-year deal with PSG, and will make £180,000 per week.