Now that the season is closing, it seems every day a new transfer rumour is created or re-created.
The reports in England suggested that Bayern Munich are eyeing move for Real Madrid winger Gareth Bale.
The 29-year-old has been subject to interest from various European clubs.
The Wales international joined Real Madrid from Tottenham Hotspur for a fee in the region of 101 million euros in September 2013. His contract expires in the summer of 2022.
His record for Wales is also impressive. Gareth Bale has scored 31 goals in 74 matches for Wales at senior level.
The Wales international is believed to be available for transfer, with Niko Kovač now keen to bring him to Bayern Munich. Kovač is a known admirer of the player and is reportedly keen on the idea of bringing him this summer.
His tricky dribbling, fantastic shot and pace make him a nightmare for any defender to defend.
According to Teamtalk, “Bayern Munich are ready to offer Gareth Bale a route out of Real Madrid, and the Welshman is open to joining the German giants, we can reveal. Bale is one of the highest paid players in world football, and Bayern are one of the few clubs who could get close to agreeing a deal with the Welshman who has deal with Madrid until 2022. Real chief Florentino Perez is in no hurry to sanction a sale of Bale as he is very fond of the player, but returning coach Zinedine Zidane is open to his departure – given the club are already focused on completing a deal for Eden Hazard this summer. Bale has been linked with a move back to England, but former club Tottenham have little chance of getting anywhere near the player’s wage packet – whilst Manchester United have other priorities, although they do retain an interest. Bayern were made aware that they could land Bale, as they talked with Real about the future of James Rodriguez and the German club’s hierarchy are now fully behind making a push for the Welsh ace.”
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It would take a huge offer from Bayern Munich to prise the 29-year-old winger from Real Madrid.
Signing the 29-year-old in the summer transfer window would be a masterstroke from Niko Kovač.