Zidane, Real Madrid happy to come out of international break mostly intact

Man Utd target Bale to be sold for £89m
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12 Octubre, 2017

The good folk over at the English daily believe that Florentino Perez is ready to take that mantle hoisted upon him by Bayern Munich's Jupp Heynckes ("I have been extremely impressed by Real Madrid, who are the model to follow" he told a press conference earlier this week) and throw it out of the window. and bring back the glorious Galactico era that earned him his fame!

"If you are less than 100 per cent physically fit, it becomes even harder".

Bale has missed 49 games for the Spanish giants in ten separate injuries since signing from Tottenham Hotspur in 2013, with more than half of those games missed coming last season.

The paper claims Bale is in a 'fight not to exhaust the diplomacy of Zidane and the patience of Florentino' after the latest in a long line of injuries. Just last week, pictures emerged of a replica of the 17th hole at TPC Sawgrass that he has had built in his back garden, while he is also an ambassador for Sprint6Golf, a unique new form of the game. "Possibly, yes. For Wales and for the morale of his team-mates, Gareth is a tremendously important".

The potential ground-shaking move would see Bale, 28, and Modric, 32, return to the club that propelled them to worldwide success. The demands at Madrid are very, very high. Modric has elevated his status to become one of the world's best, at Madrid.

Therefore, Perez also aims to add Benzema and Modric to the equation. On the one hand, Portugal and France both qualified for Russia as group winners, sparing Cristiano Ronaldo and Raphael Varane from the European playoffs. "If the tests say that he has a problem and the player can't run, it isn't a psychological issue".

Jack Wilshere is masterminding a January escape from Arsenal, according to The Times on Wednesday. If he is now playing on the right, I don't know. As wonderful as the great man is on his own, Benzema's selflessness and superb off-the-ball running are what help make the Portuguese so very deadly, and so very prolific.


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