Zinedine Zidane does not want Manchester United target Gareth Bale at Real Madrid next season


MANCHESTER UNITED target Gareth Bale is reportedly heading out of Real Madrid this summer.

Marca claims Zinedine Zidane does not want the Welshman, 29, in his squad next season after bringing him on for just ten minutes in Monday’s shock 1-1 draw at Leganes.

Real Madrid boss Zinedine Zidane does not want Gareth Bale in his squad next season
Real Madrid boss Zinedine Zidane does not want Gareth Bale in his squad next season

And Los Blancos are ready to listen to offers as they plot a move for 28-year-old Chelsea star Eden Hazard.

Bale remains Real’s club-record signing after joining from Spurs for £85million in 2013.

He’s scored 102 goals in just 228 appearances.

And Bale has won a plethora of trophies in the process, including one La Liga title and FOUR Champions Leagues.

However, the explosive winger has been plagued by injury in recent years.

And he has netted just eight times in La Liga this term, with Real trailing rivals Barcelona by a whopping 13 points.

Zidane is now ready to bring in Hazard, who is set to enter the final year of his Chelsea contract.

And after being jeered by fans, Bale will be the star to make way for the Belgian’s arrival.

It means United may finally move for the Euro 2016 semi-finalist, with the Red Devils understood to be long-term suitors.

Marca add that Zidane also plans to offload young playmaker Dani Ceballos and holding midfielder Marcos Llorente, with Liverpool star Sadio Mane, 27, also of interest.

But Karim Benzema looks set to remain as Real’s focal point in attack next season after scoring his 27th goal of the campaign yesterday.



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