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The last year of Gareth Bale at Real Madrid It has been very complicated. The player was about to leave the club last summer, but the transfer window closed and he continued to be part of the white squad. With this scenario, Zinedine Zidane He did not hesitate to have him at the beginning of the course, but a series of inconveniences have separated him from the playing fields in recent weeks.
The name of the player is again in focus because of the rumors that are placed, once again, outside of Real Madrid already in the next winter market. There is talk of a future in China. But Steve McManaman has assured, in a few statements to DAZN, that the Welsh international does not plan to move from Santiago Bernabeu.
The English, who went through teams like the Liverpool and Real Madrid himself has talked about the situation of Gareth Bale in the merengue set. “He is happy in Madrid, he wants to stay. I do not know if he has a future in Real Madrid because many media comment that he does not have it, that he wants to play in China, but he is happy,” said the former soccer player.
McManaman has also given his particular vision of the market. “The best clubs are in England. It is no longer necessary, for example, to play at Real Madrid, since the best teams are Liverpool and Manchester City,” he said later to ensure that “at this time, he is stronger -the Liverpool- than Barça or Madrid “.
On the performance of the different teams in the Champions League He also said: “In February and March the teams in Spain will be stronger and more capable. But speaking of now, Liverpool and Manchester City are the best clubs in Europe.”
Steve McManaman, as legend net, has not forgotten the comeback of Liverpool against the Barcelona in the last edition of the continental competition: “In Anfield we played without Salah and without Firmino and won 4-0. The atmosphere was incredible … I think it was one of the best nights in Liverpool's history.”
(More information – Zidane: “I want Bale to stay in Madrid until the end of the season”)