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REAL MADRID have decided to sell Gareth Bale and recruit a new ‘Galactico’

13.11.2017 16.24 by Chiara Biondini  read 2025
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Real Madrid have decided to sell Gareth Bale and recruit a new ‘Galactico’ next summer, reports AS. Senior Bernabeu figures have taken the decision to sell the Welshman, who suffered another injury setback at the end of last week.

According to AS, his latest injury has ended the patience of Madrid chiefs, who have witnessed the forward suffer 19 separate injuries since moving to Spain from Spurs in 2013. He has featured in just nine of Madrid’s 19 matches this season, with his last appearance coming on September 26.

Madrid now believe the best thing would be to sell the 28-year-old in the summer, with AS reporting that he would cost any suitors around €70m or €80m. Bale’s exit, meanwhile, would open the door for new big-money ‘Galactico’ signing at the Bernabeu. Madrid’s main object of desire is Kylian Mbappe, who is on loan at PSG from Monaco. According to AS, the Frenchman would cost around €200m.

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