Real Madrid star Gareth Bale is reportedly desperate to prove Zinedine Zidane that there is no need to sign Liverpool star Mohamed Salah.
Gareth Bale will reportedly be allowed to part ways with Real Madrid next summer.
The club bosses are not happy with Bale’s ever-growing injury concerns and according to Spanish reports, they have now made up their mind and are ready to put the former Spurs man for sale.
The Welshman has endured an injury-hit 20017/18 campaign and has missed 15 of Real Madrid’s games in all competitions so far.
Bale has been heavily linked with a move back to the Premier League throughout his series of injury.
Meanwhile, Liverpool winger Salah has been heavily linked with a move to Real Madrid.
Salah has displayed incredible form since his club-record £36million move to Liverpool from Roma in the summer and already has 20 goals to his name for the Merseyside giants in all competitions.
The Liverpool forward is now under the radar of Europe’s biggest clubs.
The Egyptian has also been rewarded with the BBC African Player of the Year award earlier last week.
The former Roma winger played a pivotal role in guiding Egypt to the 2018 World Cup in Russia.
Salah scored five of the seven goals in Egypt’s World Cup qualifying campaign.
The Egyptian scored a late strike against Congo in October to make sure that his country qualified for their first ever World Cup in over a quarter of a century.
And his incredible form this season has caught the attention of the La Liga giants Real Madrid.
Real Madrid have made a poor start this season and are fourth in the La Liga table – eleven points behind current league leaders Barcelona, but a game in hand following their Club World Cup triumph.
Real Madrid boss Zinedine Zidne is under pressure and is desperate to overturn their form as quickly as possible and has admitted in public that he will try everything possible to bolster the squad.
And recent reports from Spain suggest that Bale will leave no stones unturned to persuade Zidane that Salah is not needed at Real Madrid.
Don Balon claim that Bale is well aware that he will lose his place on the right side of Real Madrid’s attack once Salah arrives at the Bernabeu.
But Bale is eyeing to step up his game and work more on his fitness to block Salah’s expected arrival.
However, speculations suggest that the Real Madrid bosses have decided to put Gareth Bale for sale after becoming frustrated with the Welshman’s never-ending injury problems.
And his Real future is out of control with Florentino Perez keen to rope in Salah next summer.