Newcastle United could persuade Real Madrid star

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Newcastle United could persuade Real Madrid star Gareth Bale to join their squad this following the stars contract expiring.

The Wales international player Gareth Bale is set to become a free agent this summer. The 32-year-old will see out his contract which will end in June. As confirmed recently by Real Madrid head coach Gareth Bale.

Real Madrid start Gareth Bale to Newcastle United

However, it won’t be the first time that Bale would return Premier post joining Real Madrid. The Welshman had a brief loan spell for Spurs prior. The player became one of the more important names on the roster by providing 16 goals in 34 appearances.

Despite his good relations with Spurs, this time the story might get a bit different. Now that the Saudi prince has taken over Newcastle, the project would be much more attractive. Additionally, that money won’t be an issue for them now.

Newcastle United was linked with the biggest of names having targeted Madrid star. They nevertheless, have the financial capability to pull off the deals but their history isn’t something that attracts the present stars of the game.

Carlo Ancelotti in fact in an interview confirmed the situation around Bale.

‘Bale has had injuries, then his contract ends – he may not have had a good motivation but he wants to finish here as he deserves,’ Ancelotti is reported as saying.

‘It’s important for Bale to finish his career well here’

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Now the operation to bring Bale back to Premier League is on. Without a doubt, the whole operation would boost the value of Newcastle United as Real Madrid star has quite some following.

However, as said before Newcastle United is in for the big names like Madrid. Their goals and aim for the current season would be to stay in the league. This would be the only way to make their transfer window a success.

As time goes by Newcastle United would want to join the same tier as Real Madrid, Barca, and other big names of the sport.

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