George Burley has said that Manchester United failed to sign a deal with the Welsh footballer Gareth Bale when he was playing for Southampton. Former Manchester United manager Alex Ferguson was looking forward to sign young talents and Bale was on right position as he was playing exceptionally for the club which has attracted many clubs of Europe. United was eager to sign him but it didn’t end well as they failed to reach on agreement.

Swansea City attacker Brandon Cooper has said that Daniel James remains a special player, given he brings a different threat on the playing field. The Wales international made the switch to Manchester United from the Swans last summer and he has since been a quality addition for the club with three goals and six assists in the top-flight.
He has started almost 90 percent of the club’s games over the course of the season and he is certainly a favourite under Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, who is an admirer of his workrate. In a recent interview, former Swansea City teammate Cooper heaped praised on his compatriot with whom he shares a fond relationship.

Gareth Bale has been urged to accept a transfer to Newcastle United by former Brazil great Rivaldo. The Welshman has become disjointed in a number of aspects over the last few years. He has failed to capitalise on Cristiano Ronaldo’s departure from Real Madrid. At the time of his £ 85 million transfer from Tottenham to Real Madrid, Bale was expected to be the replacement for Ronaldo, but things have gone very wrong for the winger. Now, he is deemed surplus to requirements at Madrid, who are unable to get him off the books due to the high salary that his contract commands.

There is a question mark on if Cardiff City and Swansea City would resume training on time for the restart of the English football Championship. The British Government has joined other European countries like Hungary and Germany to allow the resumption of the earlier suspended season in light of the pandemic.

Wales international Daniel James has insisted that he contributes more than just goals for Manchester United. The attacker made a brilliant start to the campaign with three league goals in the month of August and that earned him plenty of praise from the club’s supporters and pundits alike.

Wales international Daniel James has spoken positively about winter signing Bruno Fernandes and believes the midfielder will benefit Manchester United during the backend of the campaign. The Red Devils have endured another mixed season in the Premier League and they are currently six points adrift of the Champions League positions.

Wales manager Ryan Giggs has said that Gareth Bale can handle the criticism from the fans at Real Madrid. The attacker has endured a mixed relationship with the fans at the Madrid giants and a large section of them have criticised him for the average showing at the club level when compared to that at the international stage.

Wales manager Ryan Giggs has said that Gareth Bale can handle the criticism from the fans at Real Madrid. The attacker has endured a mixed relationship with the fans at the Madrid giants and a large section of them have criticised him for the average showing at the club level when compared to that at the international stage.

Speaking on Sky Sports, Giggs insisted that Bale still loves the game and he can’t control the response from some of Los Blancos’ faithful. He added that the former Tottenham Hotspur star has won plenty of trophies with Los Blancos including four Champions Leagues and he has the mental strength to deal with the criticism.

Manchester United legend Peter Schmeichel has heaped praise on Daniel James following the Red Devils’ 2-1 derby win over Manchester City in the Premier League last weekend. The Welshman was one of three summer signings for the Red Devils and he has certainly exceeded expectations during the first half of the season.

Manchester United defender Luke Shaw has said that teammate Daniel James is different from many young players in the Premier League, given his ability to dribble while moving at high speeds. The Wales international was largely an unknown to the United faithful during the summer transfer window after he made the move from the Championship side Swansea City.

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