There is news that Gareth Bale might be offered a lifelong contract from Real Madrid.
This was seen to be coming as the 26 year old players have reached a top form and helped his country in three matches which helped them finish in the top position in Group, ahead of England even in Euro 2016. This kind of form is something that Real Madrid would want to own and harness for their own team games. For those who have been following Gareth’s wins like the 3-0 victory that Wales obtained above Russia are instances when he showcased his skills
and how that can impact the wins of an entire team. While Manchester United is interested in keeping him, but Madrid team’s owner, Florentino Perez would be offering him seven years to play at Bernabeu, which is being seen as one of the most lucrative contracts in the world of football.
Cristiano Ronaldo is the face of the team and has been so for many years now, but there needs to be a successor in place. That is the face they are finding in Bale, who is most likely to become representative or the star player of the club if the transfer is successful. Read more
It is believed that Real Madrid is considering offering a new contract to Cristiano Ronaldo in order to keep him in Spain for the remainder of his career.
Just a few weeks back, it was reported that the Spanish side might be looking to offload their Portuguese forwards but according to some experts, things might have evolved differently in recent times.
Some people believe that a lack of possible replacement has prompted Real Madrid to keep their current star player instead of selling him. It was reported that an agreement was already in place with Paris Saint-Germain that will give the French side an advantage if ever Real Madrid decided to sell Cristiano Ronaldo.
However, with a lack of valuable replacement on the market, Real Madrid may be forced to stay with their current forward and offer him a contract extension. Given that there are other clubs such as Manchester United, Chelsea and Manchester City that will be on the market for new players in the summer, this will mean that there will be a shortage of players and too much money available. This will certainly give rise to inflationary prices, and Real Madrid will want to avoid this situation. Read more
West Ham are really chasing UEFA Champions League qualification being in 6th place after garnering 51 points from 31 games this season. The Hammers are three points behind fourth-placed Manchester City and hope a slip on their part and The Red Devils will place them in line to participate in the European tournament next season.
Head Coach of the outfit, Slaven Bilic realizing this says his team would have to play a complete match to defeat third-placed Arsenal in the EPL this Saturday.
With Arsene Wenger still pursuing the EPL title this season, this just proves to be a long shot for Bilic.
Slaven Bilic in his first game as Manager of The Hammers defeated Arsenal by 2-0 at the Emirates last August.
The Croatian admits that his squad would have to be at in top form to defeat The Gunners. This would be the last meeting between both teams at current Stadium, Boleyn Ground. West Ham plans to move to The Olympic Stadium. Read more
La Liga, Copa del Rey, UEFA Super Cup and the UEFA Champions League are all of the titles that Thomas Vermaelen has credited to his name as he was part of the Barcelona team that won all of these pieces of silverware but the Belgian defender only made 2 appearances during the season when Spanish club secured all of these titles and didn’t really play any important role.
Vermaelen could only make 2 appearances in his debut season for Barcelona and this was due to injuries but he is now fully recovered and recently overcame all of his injury problems, the veteran defender wants to win more titles with Barcelona but this time around he wants to play consistently with his team and play a huge role instead of having to sit out and settle with a place on the sidelines like he did in the previous season.
Barcelona’s Vermaelen said: “I got a medal, but you don’t feel like you have won the treble. I was very happy for the team, but it’s not like I contributed a lot for the cups we won. I am very happy and very pleased to be back. There’s nothing better than to feel fit. Last year was terrible. It was a nasty injury, a very difficult one and I am very happy that the feeling in the legs is perfect again, like it should be. I feel 100% now. We just started pre-season so I am adapting still but I had 60 minutes against a good opponent so I am very pleased with that.” Read more
It has been for quite some time now that Real Madrid has been searching around the transfer market for a player who can follow the legacy and replace the 34 year old goal-keeper IkerCasillas.
For the past few weeks rumors have been linking Manchester United’s David de Gea with a move to Real Madrid. David de Gea is 24 years old but he is already being considered to be one of the best players in the world in his position.
David de Gea has been one of the few players of Manchester United who has managed to stand out and still play at a very high level despite the recent struggle that the Premier League club has experienced and it seems hard to believe that Manchester United would be even interested in selling one of their starlets but according to IkerCasillas, the deal has already been completed.
When IkerCasillas was asked about the goalkeeping situation involving David de Gea, the experienced player replied by saying that he is delighted to have competition and that he will be competing with his younger counterpart as if Real Madrid has already signed David de Gea from Manchester United. Read more
Former Real Madrid star Raul reckons that the club will bounce back from their recent run of poor form. Raul held the record for the most number of goals scored for the Spanish club in the Champions League.
Even though this record has been broken by Cristiano Ronaldo in recent months, Raul still remains a legend at the club. The former Spain international recently retired from playing football and he has voiced his opinions about the poor form suffered by Carlo Ancelotti’s team in the last couple of months. After a fantastic end to 2014, the club has been struggling to produce a consistent set of results in 2015.
This has allowed Barcelona to regain the lead in the la Liga, while there have also been some embarrassing scores like the 4-0 defeat against Atletico Madrid and the 4-3 loss against Schalke. Ancelotti’s tactics have been criticised heavily during this period, while the lack of goals from Cristiano Ronaldo is also concerning the club. Raul says that it is only a phase for the team and he expects it to be dealt with in great manner by Ancelotti, who is expected to get Luka Modric back into the team against Levante. The form of Gareth Bale has also been poor during this period. Read more