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Real Madrid ace Gareth Bale informs Los Blancos of transfer decision amid Man Utd interest
no intention of leaving Madrid in the summer window. The former Tottenham star’s agent Jonathan Barnett first informed Real of his decision
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Real Madrid are prepared to accept a reduced fee of around £60m in order to part ways with Gareth Bale during the forthcoming transfer window.
Tottenham Hotspur have reportedly ruled out a summer move for Gareth Bale, who is seeking a fresh challenge away from Real Madrid.
Chelsea have reportedly joined Manchester United in the race to sign Gareth Bale from Real Madrid during the summer transfer window.
The representative of Gareth Bale has dismissed the ongoing rumours linking the Welshman with a summer exit from Real Madrid.
After much speculation surrounding Luke Shaw's future at Manchester United, his agent Jonathan Barnett has confirmed that the left-back will remain at Old Trafford this season.
Manchester United have stepped up their pursuit to bring Gareth Bale back to England next summer. Jose Mourinho and vice-chairman Ed Woodward met up with the player's representative last week regarding a potential transfer.
Joe Hart’s agent has confirmed that the England goalkeeper will be moving to join Serie A side Torino, and a medical in Turin has already been scheduled, according to reports in Italy.
Former Chelsea and Arsenal defender Ashley Cole will be leaving the Premier League and moving abroad. The former England international's agent, Jonathan Barnett, told the BBC that the player has several options to choose from.
Spanish giants Real Madrid seem to have given up their pursuit of Tottenham’s Gareth Bale. Madrid have reportedly surrendered before White Hart Lane’s stubborn determination to retain the coveted striker to the club.
Controversial agent Jonathan Barnett - the client of Gareth Bale - has told reporters on Spanish radio that Tottenham have yet to make the player a new contract offer since the end of the season.
After Peter Crouch had been linked this week with a move from Liverpool to Italian giants Roma, the striker's agent revealed that the player would not be willing to make the move to the club, insisting that a move to Serie A would be a 'step in the wrong direction'.