Manchester United legend Ryan Giggs has said that the club should forget their chase of Real Madrid superstar Gareth Bale, at least in the near future.
Bale left the Premier League for a record fee of £85 million in the summer of 2013. However, Premier League sides have resumed spending record money in markets so they are hoping to lure Bale back.
The 27-year old has been linked with a return to England but to play at Old Trafford. He signed a deal last year that ties him to Santiago Bernabeu until 2022 but reports still linked him with a move away from Madrid.
“He looks happy at Real Madrid. I don’t think he’s going anywhere at the moment. From a fan’s point of view, it would be great to see him back in the Premier League. The United fans would love to see him at Old Trafford.
“You talk about the big clubs and United is up there. While he’s happy there, I can’t see him leaving,” Giggs opined. Read More
During the 2014-15 season of the Premier League, Emmanuel Adebayor made a total of 8 appearances for Tottenham Hotspur and it seems like the Togolese striker will have even less playing time on the pitch than before.
There is no place left for Adebayor neither in Tottenham Hotspur or with his country Togo after the coach of the national team decided to ban Adebayor from playing with Togo for as long as he remains in charge of the national squad.
Emmanuel Adebayor is a player who has always struggled with discipline and behaviour. The Togolese forward was dropped out of Togo back in 2006 due to his attitude and things of that nature and the cycle is repeating itself but only this time, its far worse.
Tom Saintfiet is the manager of the Togolese national squad and he had selected Adebayor to play and represent Togo when they faced off with Djouti back in September 4 of the current year but Adebayor decided to simply not go at all. He didn’t contact Tom Saintfiet to tell him about this decision, the player simply did not go didn’t tell anyone about this decision.
“For me, it is clear that it is a player who does not want to play for his country anymore and he does not want his country to be qualified for the next African Cup of Nations. He has agreed to play against Liberia, and not against Djibouti. For me, it is not the duty of a player to decide against which opponent he will play.” The national coach of Togo, Tom Saintfiet said as he voiced his frustration in relation to Adebayor’s actions and decisions. Read More