Real Madrid appears to have complete control over the players they wish to sign. Given the club's history and the brand they have developed, there aren't many people who would say no to the Spanish giants. Almost every young player fantasizes about playing at the Bernabeu.
Gareth Bale, may retire from club football once his £600,000-a-week deal with Real Madrid expires next summer. There is huge speculation about the Wales forward's future after he returned from his loan spell at Tottenham. The prolific striker has one year left in his contract at the Bernabeu.
Big games are occasions when top players show true character. The tension, pressure, atmosphere at stadium, history etc., are the factors that must be overcome to prove your pedigree as a top notch player. However, there are players who beat the odd to produce astounding performances in these games.
Every club has hits and flops, and the biggest club in recent decades is no exception. Real Madrid has a controversial management style, their zero-tolerance policy towards players and managers has seen a lot of talent coming and going. While Real is a dream destination for a number of footballers, it has ruined or dismantled the path of quite a few big names as well.
The same old names, getting the same old credit. Some players never really got the credit they fully deserved. So here is a list of most underrated football players 1: Guti Guti made more than 500 appearances for the club of the century Real Madrid winning three champions league titles and bagging five La liga trophies.
Cristiano Ronaldo’s girlfriend Georgina Rodriguez mock Ancelotti over statement about Madrid return.
Georgina Rodriguez, Cristiano Ronaldo's girlfriend, appeared to mock Real Madrid manager Carlo Ancelotti when he publicly dismissed signing her boyfriend once more. The Los Blancos coach dismissed speculations tying the Portuguese superstar with a return to the Bernabeu through Twitter, but Rodriguez didn't seem to agree with the Italian's remarks.
Real Madrid has returned to the Bernabeu, and they did it with a stunning 5-2 victory over Celta Vigo, a wonderful way to mark the return after 560 days away. Here are the 4 main talking points on the night Real Madrid returned to Bernabeu Stadium: 1.
Spanish football giants, Real Madrid are set to make a return back to the iconic Santiago Bernabeu stadium after so many months of playing matches in their training ground. Los Blancos' home stadium has been undergoing a redevelopment since the coronavirus pandemic began last year. However, after several months of hosting their home matches at their training ground, Madrid will make a return to the Bernabeu stadium next weekend (September 12) in a crunch La Liga tie against Celta Vigo.
Gareth Bale looks to have found his smile and brushed off his recent troubles by Carlo Ancelotti, having been given a way back from the cold. After being frozen out by Zinedine Zidane, Ancelotti's predecessor, he spent last season on loan at Tottenham but returned with positive spirits to the club.
Chelsea are said to be in early talks with Real Madrid to re-sign Eden Hazard, who has been linked with a move away from the Spanish club due to his problems. Eden Hazard's return to Chelsea remains a persistent rumor, despite his continued problems at Real Madrid.
Real Madrid is a club that many players hope to play for, but it has been revealed that the club has been reluctant to show patience with its players and coaches. Many players have had their dream of playing for Real Madrid come true, but after their arrival at the Bernabeu they have failed to shine as before.
Real Madrid head coach Carlo Ancelotti is not short of headaches as Los Blancos prepare to return to the Bernabeu after 18 months away. Real Madrid will return to the Bernabeu for the first time in 18 months when they welcome Celta to the venue on Sunday. They would have wished to have Kylian Mbappe making his debut, but after Paris Saint-Germain knocked back their massive offer for the France international, they will have to make do with what they have.
The Estadio Santiago Bernabeu is currently undergoing renovations to make it one of the best stadiums in Europe, with Real Madrid spending over €600m on the project. The club plans to hold events 300 days a year at its stadium after it is finished, including concerts, business conferences, esports tournaments and even basketball and tennis matches.
Real Madrid are reportedly planning to trade Belgian winger Eden Hazard in order to generate the finances needed to sign Borussia Dortmund's Erling Haaland next summer. In recent weeks, Hazard has been heavily linked with a return to Chelsea. Real Madrid is desperate to get rid of Eden Hazard, according to Sport.
Cristiano Ronaldo has pushed back against speculations in Spain associating him with a return to Real Madrid, claiming that his story at the Bernabeu "has already been written." Cristano Ronaldo has given no indication that he wants to leave Juventus, but reports of a return to the Bernabeu continue to circulate; the 36-year-old has denied speculation of a return to the Bernabeu.
Cristiano Ronaldo has struck out at "disrespectful" media rumours associating him with a move away from Juventus, denying he could be set for a shock return to Real Madrid. Ronaldo is in the final year of his contract with Juventus and has been linked with a number of teams, including Real Madrid and Manchester City.
'My story at Real Madrid has been written,' Ronaldo says, dismissing talk of a return to the Bernabeu and criticizing 'disrespectful' future speculation. "More than disrespecting me as a man and a player, the frivolous way in which my future is being covered in the media is disrespectful to all of the clubs involved in these rumours, as well as their players and staff."
Thibaut Courtois, a Belgian international goalkeeper, has signed a new five-year deal with Real Madrid, which would keep him at the Bernabeu until June 2026. Courtois,has been with the Spanish club since 2018, when he joined in a £35 million deal from Chelsea.
Manchester United midfielder Paul Pobga touted for Bernabeu switch next summer as the Spanish giants Real Madrid remains keen on signing the Red Devils star according to goal.com. Real Madrid have already started work on their target list for next summer transfer window. To that end, the Spanish giants are eager to secure the services of long-term target Paul Pogba on a free transfer, if he runs out his contract with Manchester United
Real Madrid have placed Eden Hazard, a former Chelsea winger, on the transfer list and are open to offers to sell him this summer. According to a claim in Spanish daily Marca, which was reported by the Mirror, the Spanish giants are ready to cash in on the former Lille midfielder, just two years after he left Stamford Bridge for the Bernabeu.