Bale was on the verge of leaving Madrid to join the Chinese Superleague last summer, but the Welshman ended up staying in the Spanish capital. However, he has not been a relevant player for Madrid during the 2019-2020 season and Marco Asensio’s return from his ACL injury will only make things tougher for him.
However, the Daily Mail are hardly accurate when it comes to the transfer market and it doesn’t seem very likely that Madrid will receive a €60 million offer for Bale considering that his value in the market has dropped quite a lot during the last few years.
"Nothing irks me more than when people call him a 'sideway pass merchant'. No one plays progressive passes and vertical passes the way Kroos does." -- Kiyan Sobhani discusses Toni Kroos's legacy. Full episode: https://www.patreon.com/posts/ranking-real-and-37036522Posted by Managing Madrid on Wednesday, May 13, 2020