Published: Sat, March 16, 2019
Sport | By Wendy Sparks

Gareth Bale's response to Zinedine Zidane return revealed by agent

Gareth Bale's response to Zinedine Zidane return revealed by agent

It is understood the returning Real Madrid boss is keen on signing Lyon's Nabil Fekir this summer.

Speaking after his return to the club earlier this week, the former midfielder said: "I left because a change was needed at the end of last season, for the good of everyone, after winning so much. I am counting on him like everyone else, we are ready and Gareth is ready".

Zidane's departure and sudden return reminds one of a ideal relationship ending due to timing and other circumstances and now the Frenchman returns to his one true love having seen them take a massive fall from grace and will be hoping to rekindle the love affair between the manager, club and most importantly the fans. I'm not going to talk about players who are not mine.

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Although his return probably comes too late to salvage anything from this season as Madrid are 12 points behind Barcelona and five behind Atletico Madrid, a strong finish will maintain the "feelgood" factor and set the basis for the next campaign.

According to AS, before the players got to work, Zidane called every single member of the squad into his office for private, individual chats to explain his plans for them.

"What I think about is finishing the season well, I'm not going to look at who's going to continue, who's going to stay".

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He has made 34 appearances this season and helped Portuguese champions into the Champions League quarter-finals.

"It's like the first day again". "Even if it's not new, it will be something different, it does not have to be the same thing".

"Now he has a new project, he can start afresh and prove to everyone how talented he is, so I wish him all the best".

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