Mercato Live: Two tracks away from Spain for Bale

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Real Madrid: Two clubs stand out to welcome Bales

Rumors of Gareth Bale’s retirement in Spain have multiplied after years of struggling for a winger at Real Madrid. But as soon as he turns 33, he will celebrate them next July, with the Welsh star taking on a new challenge away from the Spanish capital. The website Wales Online, the main Welsh media, even assures that there are two club favorites to welcome the left-hander after his contract with Madrid expires: Cardiff and Tottenham.

A supporter of the Welsh club since childhood and even belonging to a legend of the Bluebirds, Gareth Bale would make a big effort by signing with Cardiff. Until Spurs, where he manifested himself between 2007 and 213, managed to persuade him to return to the Premier League.

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Newcastle: A summer offer for Eriksen

Christian Eriksson has not lost any of his stellar performance as he returns to competition with Brentford several months after a crash in the middle of a Euro 2021 match. And the 30-year-old Danish attacking midfielder maintains good ratings in the Premier League where Newcastle are looking to try their luck.

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Joined by the Bees by next June, the former Tottenham and Inter Milan playwright may have caught the eye of Eddie Howe and the Magpies, according to the Northern Echo. If Brentford wants to keep him, the new rich in the English Championship can pull out a checkbook to persuade him to join Newcastle.

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Manchester City: Fernandinho has no shortage of courtiers

At almost 37 years old, Fernandinho remains part of Pep Guardiola’s locker room at Manchester City. Having come to play against Atletico in the Champions League return quarter in Madrid (0-0), the Brazilian midfielder has however announced that he will not extend his contract with the Skyblues. If his coach in Manchester still hopes to convince him to postpone his departure by a year, the Brazilian giant has no shortage of suitors in his native country, according to Globo Esporte Media.

17 years after Chakhtar left Atlético Paranaense for Donetsk in 2005, Fernandinho would not ask to return to his training club. But several other South American teams are interested, such as the Corinthians, Botafogo and even Flamengo.

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PSG: Paredes still delights Inter

Under contract in Paris until June 2023, Leandro Paredes may well be part of the summer laundry, so desired by PSG supporters after their Champions League defeat against Real Madrid.

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Despite the Argentine midfielder’s estimated salary of 9 million euros a year, Inter Milan will remain interested and would like to meet his arrival for compensation of around 15 million euros, according to the Italian press.

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Bayern: Update on Lewandowski file

The Bayern Munich star since his arrival in 2014, Robert Lewandowski no longer hides his wishes anywhere else. According to information from RMC Sport, the 33-year-old Polish striker wants to leave Bavaria during the summer and a year before his contract expires. Barca’s name comes up frequently among the cited contenders.

Blagrana club president Joan Laporta has received his agent Pini Xahavi in ​​Catalonia on several occasions, while Bayern’s management is playing for the time being and has not opened discussions about an extension with 47 goals in 41 matches. Season.

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Greetings to everyone,

Clubs in Europe are now launched in the final sprint of the 2021-2022 campaign and are looking to snatch national titles, a European spot or even continental crowns like OL and OM in the Europa League and Conference League . But that doesn’t stop leaders from preparing for next season and outlining an ambitious recruit during the summer transfer window.

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There are many problems with Ligue 1 club owners and major championships between those who will take the risk despite the uncertainties and those who want to limit losses already in place.

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