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Friday, 22 May 2020

Gareth Bale should join Newcastle United - Rivaldo

Gareth Bale should join Newcastle United - Rivaldo

Brazil legend Rivaldo has claimed a move to Newcastle United will be a great boost for Wales international Gareth Bale to reassume his superstar status.

With Newcastle set to have a new owner soon, attention is being switched on the club and how big they can spend once the take over is completed.

Gareth Bale who has been linked with a move away from Bernabeu since last season has been on the reader of many Premier League clubs as they all look to bring the winger back to England.

However, Rivaldo thinks Bale joining the likes of Manchester United, Chelsea or even Tottenham might not be a good move for the Welsh forward but a move to St James's Park might be more beneficial as he might regain his superstar status in the club.

'Newcastle should receive a big-money injection this summer with a new owner coming to town and this could be a great destination for Gareth Bale' Rivaldo told Betfair

'He could reassume his superstar status at the club and keep earning a big amount of money'

'It would be a great chance for him to prove he is still a top-class player and be considered again one of the best in the world, so if this offer really comes, I think he should accept it.'

'At Newcastle, he would be the biggest star of the team and could command a renovated squad to good campaigns on Premier League.'

Rivaldo also advises Bale to ignore an offer from MLS now, as he thinks the former Tottenham man still has a lot offer in Europe before moving to America.

'There are rumors that Bale is being offered to MLS clubs and that he is looking forward to moving to the US soon, but I still think he has something left to show in European football at 30-years-old, before moving to the MLS,' Rivaldo added

'I believe his career at Real Madrid is coming to an end, as his chances in the starting 11 will be limited, especially with potential new arrivals this summer.'

'The club no longer trusts him to be a decisive player after some internal problems in the last few years.'

'For that reason, leaving Real Madrid seems highly probable, but I suppose he should continue in Europe for at least two/three more years, and perhaps moving to Premier League would be the best option for him now.

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