On the way to Bayern Munich? The Welshman was not included in the Blanks at a 3: 1 loss to the Bavarians in the Champions League (Premiere Lazar). The coach clarified: "He is on his way to a new team." Bale's agent: "Zidane acted disrespectfully"
The match between Real Madrid and Bayern Munich held tonight (between Saturday and Sunday) in Houston in the Champions League was supposed to mark the debut of Adan Hazar, but eventually Gareth Bale received the headlines. After a wave of rumors about his future in Madrid, the Welshman was left out of Real's night squad at Zidane's initiative, and after the match (1: 3 to Bayern) the coach made it clear: he was on his way to another team.
"Bale did not play today because he is very close to leaving," said Zizo. "We hope he will leave quickly, as soon as possible, and I do not have anything personal against him, but sometimes the time has come to make changes, and in his case, this is the time."
In the past day Zidan has hinted at a big move that Ariel is embroiling behind the scenes, and before the game he even declared: "There could well be another significant signing up to the end of the transfer window." The Spanish media estimated that behind the declaration progress was being made in negotiations over the transfer of Paul Pogba, and that Yale's apparent departure was another sign of it.
Jonathan Brent, Bale's agent, responded to quotes from the Real coach and said, "Zidane is a disgrace. He showed disrespect for the player who did so much for Real Madrid." When asked about the departure, Barnett said: "We're working on it." "Gareth is a Real Madrid player, but if he leaves, it will be his decision, not Zidane," said Barnett, "Gareth is still one of the best players in the world, one of the five most expensive players in terms of market value, And his future lies in a large group. "
While Bale's name has been linked to the move to Manchester United or back to Tottenham, it seems that the leading candidate for his move is Bayern Munich. In Germany, progress was reported in the talks between Real and Bayern, and after the game Teago Alcantara increased the rumors by saying: "Bale will be welcomed with open arms in Bayern."
The game itself was run almost entirely by Bayern, who won 1: 3. Adan Hazar, Luca Yovitz, Perlan Mandy and Rodrigo made official appearances in the Blancos uniforms, the latter even taking the narrow goal in the final minutes, but Bayern dominated most of the time. Corinthen Tollisu scored the first in the 15th minute, and in the second half, after Nikko Kovac overcame the lineup with several senior players who entered as substitutes, the advantage increased with goals by Robert Levandowski (67) and Serge Ganbury (69). Rodrigo clinched a superb free kick in the 84th minute.
In another Champions League match held in Charlotte, Arsenal beat Fiorentina 3-0. Young striker Eddie Anktier continued his good form of preparation with a pair in minutes 15 and 65, and 19-year-old John Wilcok signed in the 89th minute.