Real Madrid’s Champions League two-goal hero Gareth Bale seems to have let the cat out of the bag after revealing that the Los Blancos are likely to seal a move for Neymar.
The Galaticos are experiencing a new era following the departure of Frenchman, Zinedine Zidane after helping the Santiago Benerbeu dweller claim treble silverware in Europe’s greatest club competition.
In recent time the La Liga giants are been frequently linked with a mega deal that is likely to cost about £198m for the Brazil superstar, despite joining French Ligue kings Paris Saint-Germain last term.
Already, Croatia international Luka Modric has made a passionate appeal the former Santos star to complete a switch to the Santiago Benerbeau.
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However, the speculation over the reported move, according to UK Daily Star report, is getting thicker by the day after the Welshman, posted a video on his official Instagram account and seems to have tickled the fancy of the fans
But the rumours may have gotten nearer to reality; thanks to Gareth Bale’s latest video.
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In the video, the former Tottenham pacy forward was sitting on a sofa when suddenly decides to take up hairstyling.
With the assistance of the scissors and razor, he commenced work on a friend’s afro hairdo.
Suddenly, the video made an emergency decoy when the person receiving the art-work turned-out to be Neymar, the PSG highly-rated forward.
Immediately, the video was uploaded , it got the fans talking that erstwhile Barcelona forward may be on his way back to Spain’s topflight but will be heading to the capital this time around..
One user responded: “Does this mean Neymar to Madrid?”
Another supported the first comment: “Neymar.. come to Madrid.”
But the third was more direct when he wrote: “Welcome Neymar.”
However, the news flittered in just as Julen Lopetugui was axed as La Roja manager and a day after welcoming the Los Blancos offer.
Meanwhile, Legit.ng previously had reported that Spain have sacked their manager Julen Lopetegui just a day to the start of the 2018 FIFA World Cup.
.President of the Spanish Football Federation Luis Rubiales was said to be so furious when European League champions Real Madrid confirmed him as their new manager who will replace Zinedine Zidane.
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