How Liverpool will line-up with Bale next term – Announce imminent

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Despite finishing second on the Premier League table with just 2 points away from the League winner, Liverpool are still on the look-out of bringing one or two players to come to improve their squad ahead of a better challenge next term.

The Red are however scheduled to be playing Spurs in the Champions League finals after lashing 4-0 at Anfield which has seen them making it to the next round of the competition.

If the report in the media are anything to go by then Liverpool would be making a move to sign highly-rated Real Madrid star Gareth Bale.

Bale has fallen out of favor at Madrid and has been limited to the bench for the majority of last season, which means he will have to leave the club if he ever wants to be at the top of his game.

It’s hard to picture how the Wales international will fit into Liverpool’s squad given the fact that they have just too many players on ground vying for a limited space. However, signing him won’t be a waste at all as we all know you need to have quality 22 players if you want to win major trophies in England.

It is popularly known that the two clubs have been doing a lot of deals in the past of which the most recent is Xabi Alonso who won so many major titles with Real Madrid before he left for Bayern Munich.

Should Bales join Liverpool, Salah will be facing a lot of competition on the wing from the Wales international, but I don’t personally think Bales has what it takes to play ahead of the Egyptian Lionel Messi. With that said, it’s expected he will be limited to the bench due to the quality of players he will be meeting on the ground.