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Liverpool is leading the race for signing Gareth Bale

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Spanish journalist Eduardo Inda has revealed that Liverpool is among the two clubs in the race to avail the services of Real Madrid star Gareth Bale.

Spanish Journalist Eduardo claims Liverpool among two clubs to sign Bale
Spanish Journalist Eduardo claims Liverpool among two clubs to sign Bale

Bale has spent for almost six years with Real Madrid, a club for whom he scored two times in the Champions League, and his most recent goal came against Liverpool in last year’s final in Kyiv.

Meanwhile, the Reds are yet to extend the contract of Daniel Sturridge before the start of the next season, and the departure of Englishman could convince Klopp to bring in another attacker.

In such a situation, Bale, who is being priced at £112m in the transfer market, maybe a quality option for the Liverpool boss.

And Inda feels that the Welshman could either move to Anfield or join Tottenham. He said, “Bale has spent the day playing golf at La Moraleja.”

“And it is very likely that he will reach either of the two finalists in the Champions League, Tottenham or Liverpool.”

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However, if Jurgen Klopp fails to bring the Welshman to Anfield the forward would be likely to move to Spurs with their star midfielder Eriksen being part of the deal.

Since Zidane reappointment at Real Marid, the Welshmen has played only 90 minutes in three of his nine games in charge, and with the prevailing circumstances, it would be interesting to see where the 29-year-old winger will ply his trade next season.

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