Gareth Bale has ‘many offers’ for the new club after qualifying for the World Cup – including a very ambiguous offer from a star-studded club.
Meanwhile, there is big news for Chelsea and Tottenham and the Manchester United star has been linked with a move to the next club.
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My husband is ready to continue playing.
Many have questioned whether the Welshman will retire after nine seasons with Real Madrid and the end of his contract. In fact, several sources, including ESPN, have said that Bale is ready to leave if his Welsh team does not qualify for the World Cup.
However, this morning, Wales beat Ukraine 1-0 and qualified for the World Cup for the first time in 64 years.
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“The result is the biggest in the history of Welsh football,” Bale continued. “We are going to the World Cup!
“It means everything, from which dreams come true, we have been working on since I came here.
Words cannot describe how we feel today.
Before the game, my husband joked that he had a lot of contract offers. “Yes, I have a burden,” he laughed.
Bale is in close contact with MLS if the club qualifies for the MLS by October or November 5. This is a strong preparation ahead of the World Cup, which starts on November 21.
The striker has agreed a short-term deal with Championship club Cardiff City.
But lower-league Welsh club Rexham AFC jokingly offered American actor and producer Rob McKelheni, who co-owns Canadian actor Ryan Reynolds, a move to the fifth-ranked English club in Bale.
Wales will join Qatar, England, Iran and the United States in Group B later this year.
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Manchester United midfielder Nemanja Matic has been linked with a move to Italian giants Roma, according to reports.
Before joining United in mid-2017, Matic will join Chelsea in January 2014 and meet with manager Jose Mourinho.
After five years at the club, the defensive midfielder will be released at the end of his contract.
The 33-year-old Serbian star has made 189 appearances for the Red Devils.
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Tottenham’s Stephen Bergwin has hinted that he will leave the club in a matter of minutes.
The Dutch winger has made 25 Premier League appearances for Spurs this season but struggled to secure a place in the starting XI, especially after Dejan Kulusevsky arrived in January.
Bergwijn has not started since January 23 and is keen to wait until the World Cup, with the arrival of the versatile Ivan Perisic even more doubtful.
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Bergwin said: “It bothers me. I play well for the national team but when I return to the club, people close their eyes. I have to find a solution, so I can leave. ”
Dutch giants Ajax rejected two offers from the London club in January and reportedly made another request last week.
The Spurs paid ቪ 30m for PSV Eindhoven in January 2020 for Bergwin and now want € 25m for the player.
“Ajax? I have opened all the options,” Bergwijn added.
Blues close to Barca negotiations
Chelsea are closing in on the signing of Barcelona winger Florent Osman Dembele on June 30.
Dembele joined Barcelona from Borussia Dortmund in August 2010 for an initial fee of € 105 million ($ A157m) – an expensive second-time deal with Frenchman Paul Pogba.
The deal also includes an additional ሚሊዮን 40 million, with Barcelona set a አንቀጽ 400 million buy-out clause.
But Dembele has been repeatedly injured and has not kept his promise to the club.
He has made 150 appearances in five years with 32 goals and 34 assists. This season has been a very successful season, with 13 assists in 21 league games, leading the league and adding 2 goals.
Barcelona are still on the table to keep the 25-year-old, but Chelsea have reportedly offered the striker a four-year deal, led by former Dortmund boss Thomas Tuchel in Dembele.
When PSG left the race, it seemed like a choice between staying in Spain and meeting the former manager in England.