According to Marca's Pablo Polo, Man United are set to push for a transfer and want to convince Bale they are the "perfect destination" where he would enjoy superstar status. Or has he been in Cristiano Ronaldo's shadow? The last time was with my son when he won the Ballon D'Or. They'll be over the moon and if Ronaldo goes I'll probably have to start going getting them a season ticket. He feels that Real Madrid have not supported him enough during the course of the investigation, and is vying for a move away from the club as a result. "When I arrived I was treated well by everyone".
"I've got a lot of admiration for him as a player", he told BBC Radio Manchester. I don't think he will leave.
Sources close to Bale say he would also be very open to a return to Spurs, and would be willing to make compromises on financial demands if a deal could be structured. The Welshman was bought by the Spanish club from Tottenham Hotspur in 2013 for a then world record fee of £85.3 million ($113 million).
Marco Silva: Everton's ambition a big draw for committed former Watford boss
In football it is impossible to win every match but we must do everything to show in every game that we have ambition. Director of football Marcel Brands added that the style Silva's football made him a standout candidate.
Rashid, Mujeeb stars in spin-heavy Afghan squad
His 10-ball 34 and three crucial wickets fired Sunrisers to a semifinal 14-run win over the Kolkata Knight Riders on Friday. While Afghanistan will be nearly at their full strength, India will be without their regular captain Virat Kohli .
Lomachenko to undergo shoulder surgery
Lomachenko suffered his first career knockdown in the bout, when Linares caught him with a short right hand in the sixth round. Lomachenko initially planned to fight again August 25, but won't make that date while recovering. "His is pretty extensive".
Gareth Bale stole the show with two goals in Kiev on Saturday, including a sensational overhead kick which was described as the greatest ever scored in a Champions League final.
Likes of Manchester United and Chelsea are already monitoring his situation and are ready to break the bank for him if Real makes him available in this summer transfer window.
Gab Marcotti explains why he believes Zinedine Zidane has chosen to end his successful run as Real Madrid manager.