Toni Kroos admits Gareth Bale’s consequences at Real Madrid and Zinedine Zidane is ‘unsatisfying for everyone’ as German claims Welshman was ‘mad’ at club for blocking move to China last summer
- Gareth Bale closed last summer to join Jiangsu Suning in China
- The Welshman was reportedly unhappy after Real Madrid blocked the move
- He was largely on the periphery this season, making only 20 appearances
- Toni Kroos says the situation for everyone at Real Madrid is unsatisfactory
Toni Kroos has said that Gareth Bale was ‘crazy’ at Real Madrid because he blocked a transfer from the club last summer.
31-year-old Welshman was about to leave the newly crowned LaLiga champions for Jiangsu Suning in China before the club’s board blocked his move to the Far East.
Zinedine Zidane really pulled the plug on a dramatic note after insisting that a significant transfer fee be paid for a player who wanted to publicly quit last season.
Gareth Bale was about to leave Real Madrid last summer to join Jiangsu Suning in China
The Welshman was reportedly unhappy that the club made a U-turn and blocked his move
Real teammate Toni Kroos says that Bale’s situation at the club is “unsatisfactory” for everyone
Bale was again on the periphery of the Real squad this season, as highlighted in their recent LaLiga title celebrations, then was completely left out of the squad by Zidane to meet Leganes on the last day of the season.
As reported by Target, said the German ace: “There is no denying that the situation is unsatisfactory for everyone.
“I think he (Bale) basically wanted to leave last summer and that the club first gave a yes and then no signal again.
“I don’t know if he’s still mad about that. It is a difficult subject. ‘
Zidane asked for the sale of Bale and James Rodriguez when he returned to the club last year, but later said that he remained at the center of his plans after staying with the club.
Bale has only played 20 games in all competitions this season and Zidane remains committed to the club that continues Bale in the summer.
Manager Zinedine Zidane has publicly said in the past that he would like Bale to leave the club
But Bale has two years left on his lucrative contract in the Spanish capital and he has no intention of leaving the team for which he has scored 105 goals in 201 games, including goals in four finals.
His agent Jonathan Barnett told it recently BBC Sport that Gareth is fine in Santiago Bernabeu and has two more years on contract.
Barnett said, “He likes to live in Madrid and he’s not going anywhere. He is still as good as anyone else on the team. It’s up to Zinedine Zidane.
Bale was criticized for not being in the mood to participate in Real’s LaLiga title celebrations
“Of course there was interest, but there is hardly a club in the world that can afford him.
“It is a great loss that he is not currently on the Real Madrid team, but he will not leave.
Gareth doesn’t want to survive Zinedine Zidane. Mr. Zidane has been very successful. there is no hate. Mr. Zidane just doesn’t want to play him. Gareth trains every day and he trains well. ‘
Bale was seen as a game actor in Real’s match with Grenada when he made binoculars
He also pretended to fall asleep when he was left on the couch for their game with Alaves
Bale has been criticized by the Spanish press last season, particularly after the party won the LaLiga title after defeating Villarreal, where he didn’t seem in the mood to get involved in the celebrations.
The club’s Twitter page showed footage of the entire squad gathering around the trophy, with Bale on the back, on the left side of the silverware.
Zidane was later picked up by his players and thrown into the air of Madrid as part of the celebrations.
However, images showed that the Welshman was a bit away from the ruck of players, with arms folded when he decided not to participate.
Bale was also accused of playing acting on the Real bank when he made binoculars at cameras during his side’s win over Granada.
That response came after he was bullied by the press in Spain for pretending to fall asleep on the sidelines during their clash with Alaves a few days earlier.