Gareth Bale

Discussion in 'Transfer forum' started by L3ngZm4n, 13 Jun 2015.

  1. L3ngZm4n

    L3ngZm4n

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    MANCHESTER City look set to give Rafa Benitez his first big headache at Real Madrid with a £75million enquiry for Gareth Bale.
    They have put the Welsh wizard at the top of a £200million shopping list!!!!

    the express
     
  2. Manchester_lalala

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    This won't happen, wish it would though. Add bale to pogba, de bruyne and sterling and they may aswell give us the title.
     
  3. Bruun

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    I seriously doubt this, unless we up the ante and pay the extra bucks for Bale instead of Sterling.
     
  4. Gareth Barry Manilow

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    Express are the worst for transfer stories by some distance.
     
  5. landoblue

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    this would be a bigger signing than Pogba rather have him too. Bale, Pogba, Sterling, De Bruyne, Firminho - lets just see whats happened by the end of the month - tf for the Copa America!!!
     
  6. Llewta

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    I'd prefer to spend £75m on Bale than £50m on Sterling. Both HG and fill the same position. I just hope this rumour has some substance - can't see it happening unless we're maybe getting tired of the dippers living in dream land with player evaluations.
     
  7. L3ngZm4n

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    i read pogba is staying in turin for another season so he can go barca.......then i see this story in the express. Bale isnt happy and wants to come back to
    the prem, madrid fans hate him.
     
  8. EL APACHE TEVEZ

    EL APACHE TEVEZ

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    Don't know they were first to mention about a young Argentinian from atletico joining us.
     
  9. I'm With Stupid

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    I'd rather have both. That'd be two homegrown slots filled for years with world class players (hopefully, in Sterling's case).
     
  10. TonyM

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    Some memory you have!
     

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