Real Madrid hope Gareth Bale’s Tottenham form will help with transfers from Erling Haaland or Kylian Mbappe as Borussia Dortmund and PSG prepare for offers


Real Madrid are preparing to sell fit Gareth Bale to fund big moves for Erling Haaland or Kylian Mbappe this summer.

The loan Tottenham the winger has scored six goals in as many games to make his way into Jose Mourinho’s squad and his parents are hoping that will continue for the rest of the season.


Bale is highly unlikely to play for Real Madrid next season if Zinedine Zidane remains in charge

Bale, who earns around £ 600,000 a week, only has one year left on his contract with Real Madrid, but is in excess of manager Zinedine Zidane’s needs.

The mail claim Bale’s return to form could benefit both Spurs and Real, with the Premier League side keeping him in London and the La Liga giants unloading his mega salary.

Haaland and Mbappe have both been linked with transfers to the Spanish capital in recent months, but it is understood that Real will have to sell before they can buy another Galactico and not having to pay Bale will help.

Haaland, 20, is causing a sensation for Dortmund

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Haaland, 20, is causing a stir for Dortmund

Haaland has scored 32 goals in 34 Bundesliga games since joining Borussia Dortmund last year, while Mbappe is considered one of the best players in the world.

Speaking to talkSPORT, Danny Murphy believes his former club will only sign a permanent deal with Bale if he accepts a pay cut.

“Why would you want to disrupt the whole harmony of the club and pay him more than anyone else?” It would be ridiculous, ”asked the former midfielder.

Mbappe is World Cup winner with France and could work with compatriot Zidane at Real Madrid

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Mbappe is World Cup winner with France and could work with compatriot Zidane at Real Madrid

“So that would depend a lot on Gareth Bale with the injuries he suffered and how happy and content he wants to be playing where he is playing.

“It will be a conversation between the president, the manager and the player to see how it evolves.

“But what I appreciate is the fact that he’s proving to me and many other people that he’s wrong by recovering, physically, to a level that I didn’t think he was. was able. “

Bale’s start to his second stint was slow as he recovered to the rhythm of regular games after spending much of his time on the bench in Spain.

An injury has also hampered his playing time, but the 31-year-old is feeling great again and Mourinho is happy for his player.

“When you have a few seasons with a lot of injuries, I think it’s not about muscle scars but psychological scars – it brings fear and instability,” said the Tottenham boss.

“There is a time when you work really well and everyone around you is giving everything we can give, there is a time when that psychological barrier has to be broken. And he broke it. That was him. , not us. We just supported him.


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