Zidane nulls Bale transfer rumors

Whenever a player passes through a bad phase, everyone starts lambasting him and if he has been a costly one, fans and media both start pointing their eyebrows over the price money his club had paid for him. Real Madrid’s Gareth Bale is one such player who is the world’s priciest player when joined Spanish giants and then everyone expected he will prove his worth for the new side. But, like most of legendry players, he took some time to settle down under new environment and then start growing to his class. But this season he could not copy his known form and his injuries also did not let him perform his best, hence many critics start calling him a surplus asset which should be sent back to England. In fact, few sources also revealed Manchester United to be interested in the Welshman and are already in talks with the club bosses. But club legend and B team coach Zinedine Zidane has turned down all the rumors about Bale departure from Santiago Bernabéu and said European defenders can never think of getting rid of a player of Bale class.

Many reports have recently suggested that ManU is preparing a record breaking contract to bring former Spurs player to the Old Trafford but Bale never said anything supporting these stories. Nulling the transfer reports, Zidane said, “Real Madrid buy the best players in the world. They don’t sell them. Of course other clubs will be interested in him, he would improve any squad in the world, but the president has said he is not for sale and that is because he is not for sale. That will be the answer to Manchester United or any other club that asks the question.

“He was a big part of our success last season especially in the Champions League, and as we look to defend our title I am sure he will play a successful part again.”

Right now, priciest player is passing through a foot problem yet he is included in the team for Champions League quarterfinal against Atletico Madrid on Tuesday and if he fails again for any reason in the knockout stage, there is no way anyone can convince Real bosses to keep him despite being offered an extra-large lucrative offer either from England or Germany. For now, Bale fans only want to see his firing shot this weekend – nothing else!

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