Bale’s farewell will be a painful one
It’s a piece of news that, if it finally happens, either as a result of a transfer or a loan, which are important issues to be resolved between Real Madrid and Manchester United, will have to go down as a painful one.
Bale has already given everything he had to give to Real Madrid, which is much less than what we expected after his time at Tottenham. It must also be said that his half a dozen goals in the final stretches of seasons covered over his average performances throughout campaigns.
Zinedine Zidane has had enough and is pushing the club to open the exit door for another star to leave Real Madrid, and LaLiga in general.
That’s why I think it will be a painful goodbye. Regardless of whether he did well or not, it’s yet another star who is departing LaLiga Santander, which creates a gloomy horizon.
Leo Messi and his sadness, Eden Hazard and his fears, and Jan Oblak and his doubts has caused LaLiga to worry about its future.
Suddenly we have stopped liking, seducing, falling in love and attracting. We are no longer the country where it is a pleasure to live, pay low taxes and play football with a great media focus.
The rain in Manchester is no longer a deterrent, nor the cold of Lombardy or the priciness of the the shops on the Champs Elysees. Players are leaving and new players aren’t coming. At least for now.
I suppose we are entering a new period with this pandemic and the empty stands, but we need Vinicius, Ansu Fati and Joao Felix to become superstars like God intended so as not to become the youth academy of Europe.
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