Bale has to leave Real Madrid - Sport
- Striker Gareth Bale has no future at Real Madrid.
- That said coach Zinedine Zidane now very clear.
- The Welshman was always the darling of the club president, but Zidane seems to have little to do with him.
The former "neo-Galáctico" Gareth Bale is for sale at Real Madrid. After the match against FC Bayern, coach Zinédine Zidane said in relentless frankness that Gareth Bale should be sold soon. He had not called the Welshman against Bayern into the squad, because the Real Madrid Bales prepare to change.
"If that happens tomorrow, so much the better, I hope for everyone, including him, that it's imminent, the club is talking to the club they could go to, that's the situation," said Zidane Bale for a long time at Real Madrid as inviolable - among other things, because President Florentino Pérez had personally brought the Welshman (as opposed to the then migrated to Juventus Turin Cristiano Ronaldo).
In the past season, however, the first without Ronaldo, the leaders of Real Madrid waited in vain for the breakthrough Bales to world star. That did not change after Zidane returned to the coaching bank at Real. "It's not personal," Zidane assured. Sometimes you just reach a point where you "do what you have to do, I have to make decisions." Another explanation from Zidane suggests that he has told Bale he has no chance.
The change decision was made "by the coach and the player," "he knows the situation and we'll see how it all comes off." Addressing the journalists, he said: "You know the situation and it will change, I do not know if that will happen in 24 or 48 hours, (but) the situation will change and that's good for everyone."