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Bale + 90M€ against Neymar, the unexpected transfer between Real and PSG

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Zinedine Zidane’s recent statements regarding Gareth Bale have been traced back to Paris and in particular to Neymar‘s entourage, who reportedly already contacted the PSG to force an exchange with the Welshman. According to The Independent, all stakeholders would welcome the operation.

Neymar at Real Madrid and Bale at PSG?

And even if Ney prefers to return to Barça, where he knows the club, the city and especially the team’s “heavyweights”, the White House, like others, has also received the message that Neymar is ready to leave. According to information from Barcelona, the Blancos offered the unwanted Welsh striker Gareth Bale over €90 million in exchange for the Brazilian international.

Bale imminent departure

The Catalan sports daily Mundo Deportivo states that this proposal was made to the PSG two weeks ago and that it is managed by Neymar’s agent, Pini Zahavi.

Zidane made it clear after Madrid‘s pre-season debut that he was not expecting the Welshman to remain in the squad. He doesn’t want him on his team, and he even slipped that his release could take place within the next 48 hours. Bale appeared to be condemned to leave.

The French coach added: Bale didn’t play because he’s about to leave. We hope he will leave soon, it would be better for everyone. We are working on its transfer to a new team. I have nothing personal against him, but there comes a time when things get done because they have to be done, I have to make decisions, we have to change. The exit is the decision of the coach, and also of the player, who knows the situation”

The Chinese League would also be on the lookout for the Welshman, but its agent, the eccentric Jonathan Barnett, said his future is in a top-level team. He also said:

“If Gareth will leave, it will be because it is in Gareth‘s best interest and has nothing to do with Zidane’s push. He continues to be one of the best players in the world, one of the top five and his future will continue to rest in a great club. “