According to recent reports, Real Madrid superstar Gareth Bale showed his support for former manager Rafa Benítez in his final days at the club by texting a message of support to club president Florentino Pérez
Former Liverpool FC coach Rafa Benítez never truly managed to get a foothold at Real Madrid, and much of that was due to the opposition he faced from his own players — the likes of Cristiano Ronaldo and James Rodríguez in particular hinted at their discontent in the media during his spell.
One superstar who was a staunch supporter of Benítez, however, was Gareth Bale, who was guaranteed a starting spot in the Real Madrid side, with talk that the team would be built around him in the coming seasons.
The arrival of Zinedine Zidane fuelled speculation that Bale might be upset enough to head back to the Premier League, but his hat-trick against Deportivo in the Frenchman’s first game in charge has somewhat killed talk of a move away in the near future.
If England’s Mail Online are to be believed, however, Bale was so supportive of the previous Real Madrid manager that he sent messages to club president Florentino Pérez and managing director Enrique Sanchez-Gonzalez to show his support for Benítez in the aftermath of the 2-2 draw at the Mestalla against Gary Neville’s Valencia.
The report also claims that sources close to Real Madrid still believe Bale could leave in the summer, with Manchester United and Chelsea FC the two clubs set to be most interested in signing the former Tottenham Hotspur superstar.
Bale could be a king in the Premier League
Gareth Bale’s 2012-2013 season for Tottenham Hotspur was truly extraordinary, and although he has achieved success in his time at Real Madrid, there are legitimate doubts over whether he will ever be the focal point of a team that also features the likes of Cristiano Ronaldo.
Bale’s style is arguably more suited to the Premier League, and he could be a genuine difference-maker at either Chelsea FC or Manchester United. Zidane’s interest in Eden Hazard could make a move to Stamford Bridge possible, but United will certainly be favourites if they go all-out in an attempt to sign the Welshman.
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