BALE, RAMSEY WILL HAVE MANY TAKERS

Former Wales international striker John Hartson has said that the duo of Gareth Bale and Aaron Ramsey will have many suitors if they leave their respective clubs this summer.

Hartson spoke about the Wales national team duo of Bale and Ramsey ahead of McDonald's Grassroots Football Awards.

On Bale,Hartson said the future of the Wales player would be decided by whoever Tottenham Hotspur appoint as their new manager. According to him, the new Spurs boss will have to decide whether or not to retain the services of the Real Madrid loanee.

MATCH PREVIEW: CARDIFF METROPOLITAN UNIVERSITY VS ABERYSTWYTH

It's expected to be an exciting encounter in the Welsh Premier League when Cardiff Metropolitan University welcome Aberystwyth Town Football Club on Friday, the 30th of April 2021. The match has been set to kick off at 7:45 pm and players of both sides will be expected to give their all on the pitch with everything there to fight for.

The away side, Aberystwyth Town are currently on a run of three games without tasting a single defeat but their credentials will be tested when they head to the capital to take on an equally energized Cardiff side. It's not been a long time since when the two teams faced off and the Seasiders will be looking to put on a much better display this time around so they can secure all the three points this time around.

DAVIES TO MISS UNITED CLASS

Wales defender Ben Davies will not be in the Tottenham Hotspur squad for the crucial league game with Manchester United at the new Tottenham Hotspur Stadium on Sunday evening. The Welsh international left-back will miss the United game because of injury.

Davies has not been able to recover from calf problem to make himself available for the league clash with Manchester United. The Wales defender would have likely started the game on the bench if he was fit as he's the second choice left-back in the team behind Sergio Reguilon. Reguilon is a Spanish international player and he's the first choice left-sided defender in the Spurs squad in his first season with the club following his big money transfer from Real Madrid last summer.

BELGIUM COME FROM BEHIND TO DEFEAT WALES

Wales and Belgium ran out winners after coming from behind to defeat Wales, thanks to goals from Timely Lukaku and Kevin de Bruyne.

The match was the first one of both teams' World Cup qualifier and the match was played on Wednesday night. Belgium hosted a Wales side that were eventually lost midfielder Joe Allen to injury after just eight minutes into the game which was played in Leuven. Harry Wilson found the back of the net early on in the first half after Tottenham forward Gareth Bale started what was a sublime team move which resulted in the goal.

RONDON OUT OF EUROPA LEAGUE CLASH

Wales defender Joe Rondon don't play a part in the Europa League tie between Tottenham Hotspur and Dinamo Zagreb after he was not registered for the competition.

The Wales centre back was not registered by Tottenham for the Europa League. To this effect, he will miss the first leg of the last 16 tie with Dinamo Zagreb of Croatia away from home on Thursday and will also sit out the second leg scheduled for the new Tottenham Stadium in London next week Thursday.

MANCHESTER UNITED'S WELSH YOUNGSTER NOT GIVING UP ON HIS DREAM

One of Manchester United's youth prospects Dylan Levitt has insisted that he is not where he intends to be in his career currently but stated that he will not give up on his dream of playing for the club's senior team one day. He also aspires to be a part of Wales' Euro 2020 team and is pushing himself as hard as he can so that he can fulfill those two promises he made to himself.

20-year-old Levitt has played more games for the Wales team than he has for his club United with five games for his country compared to just a single appearance he has made for his club to date. He has not had the best of luck on loan as well, having made only one appearance for the last club he went to on loan.

Bale might return to Real Madrid after Spurs loan

Gareth Bale may have returned to Tottenham to create a lot of buzz among supporters and experienced Premier League football for the first time since 2013, but the widespread consensus is that he will not stay at North London for long. The Welsh star is expected to get back to Real Madrid once his loan spell with Spurs comes to an end in the summer.

The less impact that the Welsh star has had at Spurs could be one of the factors that prevents a permanent move. So far this season, Bale has only featured in 11 matches – which have returned one assist and three goals.

Three Wales Players Who Should Move To New Clubs In January

With the Euro 2020 Championships approaching thick and fast, every football player out there who are eligible to represent their national teams at the competition will be looking to secure the tickets to betting called up for the tournament. The same thing can be said about the players of the Wales national team.

Because there are limited slots available to take in players, every one of them has to prove themselves worthy of being in the team in the first place, before then thinking of actively taking part in the competition.

GARETH BALE'S TOTTENHAM FUTURE HANGING IN THE BALANCE

Tottenham's Gareth Bale, who is currently on loan from Spanish La Liga giants Real Madrid, has his long-term future at Sours uncertain and up in the air. The Welsh forward joined Tottenham in what was a home-coming deal as he returned to the club where he made his name for himself before sealing a huge deal to join the Los Blancos some years ago. He, however, returned in the summer and reports are suggesting that he may already be deemed surplus to requirements at Spurs.

All the excitement and joy that took over the faces of Spurs' supporters seem to have vanished in recent weeks and it is largely because the player has not performed as well as he was expected to when his return to the London club was announced.

WALES TEAM FIND OUT THEIR WORLD CUP QUALIFIERS RIVALS

With the 2022 World Cup fast approaching, preparations are still going on to ensure that the tournament goes as smoothly as possible. The draw has taken place and teams have now known their fate, and who they will be trying to defeat in the group stages.

Belarus and Estonia who were set to face each other in the 2020 European Championships which has now been postponed have been drawn against each other once more.

The qualification Group E comprises five countries and the games will commence from March 2021 through to November in the same year. The play-off rounds will also be going on in March as well and will be played by teams in that category.

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