How Manchester United Could Sign Gareth Bale This Month

  • How Manchester United Could Sign Gareth Bale This Month

How Manchester United Could Sign Gareth Bale This Month

Zinedine Zidane's side lost further ground on Barcelona in La Liga last weekend following a 2-2 draw against Celta Vigo to leave them a staggering 16 points behind their great rivals.

"We have to stop making these errors and be more consistent".

The attacking trio of BBC has been a shadow of its former self, the play of consistent performers like Luka Modric and Marcelo has dipped and Zidane was probably hoping for more from emerging talents Isco and Marco Asensio this season.

Wales forward, Gareth Bale scored twice in his first La Liga start since last September but the goals were not enough to help the Zidane's side recover from a 3-0 thrashing in El Clasico. "I'll never throw down the gauntlet to the club, the fans or the president who has put me here", Zidane ended his talk, showing support for Real Madrid's president. Zizou claimed that the team would work harder then ever adding that the current problem was not a physical or mental issue but a combination of many factors.

Zinedine Zidane, the Real Madrid manager, has said that he expects Cristiano Ronaldo to stay at Real Madrid for the rest of his career, until the Portuguese superstar is ready to retire.

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Zidane, who has been in charge since January 2016, said he understood he would have limited time at the helm of Madrid.

As illustrated by Sunday's draw at Celta Vigo, however, Real haven't been their free-flowing selves of late-or this season, for that matter. Playing football, I know how to do that. "We'll see what happens in the league, but we have the cup and the Champions League too", Zidane said. We were up against a side who come and run their hearts out until the final whistle and if you drop off physically, you really notice it.

People might think that everything comes easy to me, that I do it all by instinct, but they'd be wrong.

And the 45-year-old cautioned: "I'm enjoying what I do every day, because that's the way it is".

Formentera's tiny Sant Francesc Xavier home didn't even have spectator stands before this season, but they have built temporary ones which were full for the last-32 first leg visit of Athletic Bilbao, for so long the team which had won the most Copa Del Reys.