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Gareth Bale 'assured of Real Madrid future'

06 Agosto 2017

Jose Mourinho has conceded defeat in his pursuit of Inter winger Ivan Perisic, claims Metro, with the paper reporting that the United manager has thrown in the towel and is now chasing RB Leipzig star Emil Forsberg.

According to a report by Don Balon, Florentino Perez is willing to part ways with Gareth Bale in order to lure David De Gea from Manchester United. Real Madrid are after Kylian Mbappe from Monaco and Zinedine Zidane has recently admitted that the only way Mbappe signs is if Bale goes.

Fabinho and Thomas Lemar also have been linked to leaving the club and the French club need to be careful and bring in sufficient replacements or else they will be in a sharp decline this season after a very strong season last year claiming the Ligue 1 title and going deep into the Champions League.

"I've been in that position when I went to Juventus", Rush said. And considering United have coveted Bale since his Tottenham days, the move makes sense.

Both Bale and Neymar were both expected to give the Madrid/Barcelona rivalry another dimension with expected to also challenge Ronaldo & Messi for the spots of being the 'ace' of their teams.

'The most important thing is the club knows my opinions, they are trying to do the best for our team, for our squad, now we have to wait, we must have patience, to try to improve our team, our squad'. Bale, who was 24 when he moved to Spain, has scored 54 goals in 100 La Liga appearances-an impressive rate, for sure-but injuries continue to plague the Welshman, as has the emergence of Isco.

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"It's the first time I've had him with me for a full pre-season".

Conte has been making it clear that he wants to see more new arrivals before the window closes, particularly with the club having to deal with Champions League football this term.

Calcio Mercato claims the Italian club are still pursuing Leicester City's Riyad Mahrez as their top transfer target - but could turn to the Manchester United playmaker if they can't seal that deal.

The Times: Chelsea are ready to offer £50m for Southampton defender Virgil van Dijk.

Barcelona had managed to pip Real Madrid to signing Neymar that summer and in response had signed Gareth Bale for a then world record fee of £80 million from Tottenham Hotspur. And Real believe they will be able to receive around £90m for Bale.

"I never felt a desire from him to leave, so why lose time and energy on that?"

Gareth Bale 'assured of Real Madrid future'