By Mark Weasley
Gareth Bale’s future is up in the air once more after his agent and the player remain frustrated with the Welshman’s treatment at Real Madrid.
The 27-year-old former Tottenham man has been beset by injuries this season, and may leave Real Madrid at the end of the current campaign, with Manchester United circling. The Red Devils have long been linked with a move for the player prior to his move to the Spanish giants and will be looking to make a move for the man if he is willing to leave the stadium.
Diario Gol, the Spanish media outlet has reported that the player’s agent, Jonathan Barnett has threatened the Spanish giants that the star player may be looking to move because they have always made Cristiano Ronaldo the top dog at the club. The Portuguese superstar is a bonafide club legend with over 400 goals for the 11-time Champions League winners, but at 32, Bale and his camp feel the club should put the Welshman in nearly the same bracket as former Manchester United man, as is the case of Neymar and Messi at Barcelona.
Bale is an electrifying winger, who is known for his pace with the ball, strength and exceptional finishing. Since joining for a then world record £85m in 2013, he has scored 67 goals in 149 matches for Los Blancos, winning the Champions League twice and La Liga once in that period.