Report: Bayern wants to hire real superstar Gareth Bale
The FC Bayern is apparently trying hard to Gareth Bale of Real Madrid. To spend less on Leroy Sané then?
He is and remains a foreign body in the royal. But for a long time, Real Madrid did not want to admit - or at least not admit - that Gareth Bale, the Welsh international, is a bad buy, a 101 million misunderstanding.
Gareth Bale to Bayern?
But after a good four years, in which the market value of the 29-year-old has fallen to 60 million (Source: transfermarkt.de), one is finally ready, the chapter Bale, who has never felt at home in Madrid and Real, the has used every free minute to fly to his homeland and prefer to indulge in golf rather than football. In the plans of coach Zinedine Zidane, who is driving forward after the horror season of the Madrilenians a radical reconstruction, he plays no role.
As the English newspaper "Sun" reported, Bale could soon have a new sporting home - namely Munich. According to the English tabloid, FC Bayern - who, after having separated from the wing tongs Franck Ribery and Arjen Robben, is still looking for an outside striker - is interested in a lending business. The Munich are supposedly ready for a season to take over the princely salary of Bale, and then for Leroy Sané, who still has two years contract with Manchester City, to pay a lower fee than the rumored good 100 million.
No statement from FC Bayern
Both clubs did not comment on the transfer rumor. It would not be the first lending transaction between Bayern and Real. Two years ago, the Munich had borrowed the Colombian national player James Rodríguez, whose purchase option of 42 million they have not pulled now but at the request of the player.
It is clear that Bales days are counted at Real. Last season he played in only 29 games in the league, scoring only eight goals in 1791 minutes. In only 55 percent of his stakes was probably the best-paid bench-press in the starting eleven. In the Champions League, the man from Cardiff played seven games, scored in three full 488 minutes. Far too little for a player who was once the most expensive transfer in the world.
This article was written by Matthias Kerber