Gareth Bale has failed to take the mantle from Cristiano Ronaldo in terms of leading Los Blancos' attack, and despite rumours linking him with a summer move away from the Spanish capital, Zidane has refused to criticise the Welshman. "I felt I deserved it but the manager makes the decisions".
Asked on BBC Radio 5 Live if he can see Bale in Madrid next season, Barnett said: "Yeah, why not".Читайте также: The Queen Gave Prince Harry and Meghan a Royal Dream Team
"He wants to play all his career for Real Madrid".
Rodriguez is a playmaker who needs the team to be built around him and while he is a slightly more willing runner than Ozil, he is not a high-octane player and that's what Emery seems to want.
The report goes on to add that Zidane has also been keeping tabs on Tottenham playmaker Christian Eriksen and Chelsea FC forward Eden Hazard.
"I never talked about whether I would want to return to the position and I think, in my opinion, this is a ideal solution".
One player who could benefit from Zidane's comeback is Isco, who was outcast from the team by Solari, repeatedly left out of the Argentine's squad for games even when the team was suffering from an injury crisis, as they will be against Celta. "He's still got a great talent".При любом использовании материалов сайта и дочерних проектов, гиперссылка на обязательна.
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