The stunning transfer chain that could see Gareth Bale go to Newcastle
REVEALED: The transfer chain ‘involving Kingsley Coman and Leroy Sane that could see Gareth Bale complete a sensational move to Newcastle’ and call an end to his time at Real Madrid
- Gareth Bale’s potential move to Newcastle could cause a domino effect
- The Welsh international is expected to leave Real Madrid in next transfer window
- Madrid could use his departure to bring in Kingsley Coman from Bayern Munich
- Bayern have been lining up a move for Leroy Sane as his replacement
Newcastle’s £53million move for Gareth Bale could set off a remarkable chain of transfers across Europe’s biggest leagues.
Reports in Spain on Tuesday claim that Newcastle, armed with cash from their proposed £300m Saudi Arabian takeover, have set their sets on the Welshman.
And, according to Sport, it could set off a domino effect that would involve two other big-money transfers.
Newcastle have been linked with a £53m move for Gareth Bale by reports in Spain
They claim that Real Madrid would seek to go after Bayern Munich winger Kingsley Coman as a potential replacement.
Coman’s place at the Allianz Arena would then be quickly filled by Leroy Sane.
Bayern have long been lining up a move for the Manchester City star, and were close to signing him nearly 12 months ago before he suffered a cruciate knee ligament injury.
Bale’s potential switch to Newcastle could see Kingsley Coman (L) and Leroy Sane (R) move
Bale has been unhappy in Madrid for some time, and it is now expected that he will leave the Spanish capital when the transfer window next opens.
Elsewhere, David Beckham’s new Inter Miami side are said to be prepared to match his Real Madrid salary to bring him to their new MLS outfit, while Tottenham are also reportedly keen to seal his emotional return to north London.
Newcastle, until recently, would unlikely have been in the running for a player of Bale’s stature, but their impending £300m Saudi takeover would take them to a new level of finance.
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